"Carving Out Freedom..." on View at UMD's Art Gallery

Carving Out Freedom, Piercing a Community is an exhibition of community engagement, transformative learning and art-making.

 

Drawing inspiration from President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s famous ‘Four Freedoms’ speech, this exhibition examines the essence of "freedom," or lack thereof, through visual imagery, stories, poems, and oral interviews. Monumental steamroller-printed woodcuts were created by students from the Corcoran, the University of Maryland, and members of THEARC community and are displayed in The Art Gallery’s back gallery.

 

This exhibition will be on view at The Art Gallery from September 3-October 17, 2014.

 

Address:

The Art Gallery: University of Maryland

1202 Art-Sociology Bulding
University of Maryland
College Park, MD, 20742

Hours:

Tuesday - Friday: 11 AM to 4 PM & Saturday: 1PM to 4PM

Please note: The Gallery is closed on Saturdays during when Maryland Football is at home, and between exhibitions. For exhibition and special event schedules, please visit the UMD calendar page or call 301-405-2763.

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