The Twain Shall Meet: UW art students choose pairs of works to display from the Henry’s collection

The Twain Shall Meet at the Reed Collection Study Center

Students from UW’s Art 342 course have chosen pairs of works to display from the collection of the Henry Art Gallery. As part of a project for Ellen Garvens’ Contemporary Issues in Photography class, the selected pieces range from depictions of decay to visualizations of hope. The final presentation of the project will be open to the public on Thursday, March 10, from 6-8 pm in the Henry’s Reed Collection Study Center. We hope to see you there! Bring someone to make a pair!

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