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Art Exhibition: Learning to Look: An Artist’s Perspective

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This exhibition is curated by Alejandre Favela, Hollins University class of 2024 and the museum’s summer 2023 intern sponsored by the International Fine Print Dealers Association. During Favela’s time at the museum, he gained a number of skills, including learning the basics of handling works of art and researching printing techniques. As part of the internship, Favela studied works in the museum’s print collection in order to propose and curate this exhibition, which juxtaposes prints in unexpected and thought-provoking pairs. He writes, “The purpose of pairing these works based on visual similarities is to teach audiences how to look at art from an artist’s perspective… It is my goal to make art approachable, and I hope that this exhibition helps everyone in learning to look.”

IMAGE: John Ballator, Oregon Landscape, 1950. Screenprint. Gift of the artist. Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University, 2009.011.

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Art Exhibition: Learning to Look: An Artist’s Perspective
  • 8009 Fishburn Drive
  • Roanoke, VA 24020
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  • Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University
  • Free
  • Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday