Creating Through Community Collaboration
Founders Art Gallery is programmed by the Arts Management Program on Mason’s Arlington Campus.
Through a rotating exhibition program, the gallery provides opportunities for dialogue, understanding, and community building and practical gallery management skills to current students.
Exhibition, collaboration, and sponsorship proposals are welcomed from Mason affiliates, as well as community members. Please email Arts Management for more information.
Transitions: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project
The Columbia Pike Documentary Project will be exhibiting new work at the Founders Gallery of George Mason University’s Arlington Campus from March 5, 2020 to April 8, 2020.
The exhibition, which highlights the people and places of the extraordinarily diverse historic Columbia Pike corridor in Arlington, Virginia, features the collaborative work of photographers Lara Ajami, Moises Gomez, Xang Ho, Dewey Tron, and Lloyd Wolf, and the work of storyteller/interviewer Sushmita Mazumdar. The exhibition is produced by the Curator of the Founders Arts Gallery and Arts Management Graduate Students in AMGT 610 Visual Arts Management.
The compelling photographs and stories bring to life the challenges and experiences of a community undergoing rapid change. Twenty-five portraits and interviews, and twenty-five additional vivid selections from the individual photographers’ portfolios will be on display.
A beautiful book-length catalog of the exhibition Transitions: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project will premiere and be available for purchase and signing at the opening reception.
The work of the Columbia Pike Documentary Project is supported by Virginia Humanities and sponsored by CPRO, the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization.
Contact: Columbia Pike Documentary Project director Lloyd Wolf: firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 703-231-6452.
Note: The opening reception and book signing that was to be held at the gallery on March 21, 2020, between 4 and 6 pm. has been postponed. Stay tuned for updates and a re-scheduling.
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