Installation View at Craft & Folk Art Museum, 2015. Jonas Becker, The Pile, 2014, Single Channel HD Video Projection with Sound (16mm Film), TRT 12:00, Looping; Digital C-Prints; Hand-Stitched Red Felt Objects. Installation Dimensions Variable. Courtesy of the artist.
Inaugural Curatorial Internship Project #1: Rachel Moszkowicz ’19: Strands of Red
Strands of Red
Rachel Moszkowicz ’19
Opening Reception: Friday, April 28, 5 p.m.
Nichols Gallery, Broad Center, Pitzer College
Strands of Red is inspired by many of the ideas explored in the spring 2017 Faculty Art Show. Specifically, this exhibition addresses the ongoing and reciprocal relationship between artistic practice and natural processes.
Rachel is a sophomore at Pitzer College majoring in anthropology and environmental analysis.
The 2017 Inaugural Curatorial Internship Project #1 by Rachel Moszkowicz ’19 is first chapter in the ongoing series of art exhibitions realized through the Curatorial Apprenticeship course created and taught by Ciara Ennis PhD, Director and Curator, Pitzer College Art Galleries.