Sited-Sighted at Western: Drawings for Sculpture

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Sun, Jul 1, 1990 through Thu, Aug 16, 1990

The exhibition features drawings for specific sculptures on campus as well as other drawings by the 20 artists in the gallery collection. Referencing these drawings are two ongoing programs in the gallery: comments by the gallery attendant on the new slide set of the collection and the playing of the earlier videotape prepared by Department of Art faculty members Madge Gleason and Bob Urso.

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