Art Exhibit At Madonna Has A Green Theme
Exhibit runs Jan. 15 – Feb. 22, 2010
Artists Reception, Jan. 23, 2010
Inspired by an Oprah Winfrey show that focused on the environment, “The Green Show” is a multi-media art exhibit that aims to educate people about the effects of their actions on the planet. The work of 11 local artists in such media as photography, painting, sculpture and Intaglio, the show features breathtaking images of nature by Mandy Getschman of Northville, and Marat Paransky of Oak Park, as well as dolls made from trash by Tina Carter of Redford.
An evening reception, Saturday, January 23, from 5-7 p.m., offers an opportunity to meet and talk with the artists. Singer/songwriter, John D. Lamb, and poet John Jeffire also will perform during the reception, and refreshments will be served.
Madonna alumna has been curating shows at Madonna for nine years. She can be reached at 734-223-3694. She recently formed Other Dimensions in Art; a group that creates and organizes art exhibitions to help promote awareness of important social issues. Past exhibits have addressed diversity,
war, homelessness and poverty.
Exhibit: Friday, Jan. 15 – Monday, February 22, 2010, (8 a.m. – 8 p.m., daily)
Artist reception: Saturday, Jan. 23, 5 – 7 p.m.
Madonna University Gallery (entrance D, second floor)
36600 Schoolcraft Road (at Levan Road, off I-96)
Livonia, MI 48150