Hyde Park Art Center presents a new exhibition that highlights its roles as a contemporary art space and a thriving art school for the novice and experienced artist alike. Impart Process, curated by Exhibitions Assistant Philip Nadasdy, features work by students from several different studio courses offered by the Art Center’s education program.
Rather than focusing exclusively on finished works, Impart Process displays artworks that function as both completed works and research for other projects–sketches, proofs, and unfinished pieces. Completed over the course of the standard 10-week session, the exhibition provides gallery visitors with a visual link to the creativity and collaboration taking place in the Art Center’s studios. The students featured in Impart Process come from traditional courses like drawing and painting, to newer classes like ceramic sculpture and silk screening.