Masquerade Tea at Cal State Northridge

November 19, 2011 § Leave a comment

We continue to be amazed how different our experiences are, and how the sculptural installation that is our “set” continues to evolve in each new space.

At Cal State Northrige, the director Jim Sweeters provided us with an incredible space, the West Gallery on campus. Despite the fact that this was our 11th time putting together our installation, this was our first opportunity to do so in a white cube. We were very excited with the dramatic effects of our walls and linens in the space.

The students, professors and staff at CSUN were welcoming, engaged, and passionate. We had the opportunity to visit some of the studios of the MFA students who are making some really exciting work.

A huge thanks to Jim, Michelle Giacopuzzi, Exhibitions Coordinator and co-host, for all of their help and support, and to everyone from the school and community who joined us for tea and conversation.

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