Incredible Variety: An Exhibition of Current Student Work

Curated by Hyde Park Art Center staff, the exhibition featured highlights from the Centers 50th Anniversary year, by showcasing the creative contributions of its many students over the past year. Anyone who had attended classes at the Center within the past year, or who had participated in the Center’s Outreach Programs were eligible to exhibit their work. The exhibition featured works by faculty, staff, and students of Hyde Park Art Center in the mediums of ceramics, painting, drawing, cartooning, stained glass, fibers, and printmaking.

The opening reception featured an international theme, prompted by the arrival of the Center’s artist-in-residence from Turkey, Gungor Guner. Ms. Guner faculty at Fine Arts, University of Marmara, Istanbul, Turkey was also an instructor of ceramics for the summer term in 1989 at the Hyde Park Art Center. The opening reception featured a performance of the play, Two Mirrors And An Indian, written by the Hyde Park Art Center’s Produce Your Own Play class taught by instructor Peggy Arnold. The students designed the costumes, wrote dialogue, and constructed props and stage settings for the performance.

  • August 28, 1989 – September 18, 1989
  • The Del Prado

Featured Artists

Doulgas Allchin, Skip Allender, Fritz Ballard, Reginald Barnes, Joanna Bauer, Corinne Borja, Alexandra Boyer, Victoria Boyer, Mary C. Burich, Michael Burns, Anne C. Campbell, Andrew Condic, Melissa Corey, Keesha Craig, Emily Crawford, Meryl Dann, Judith Distehoft, Peggy B. Dotson, William East, John Easton, Helen Edwards, Susan Edwards, John Ellefson, Sandra Feldman, Nancy Finke, Elisabeth Friedmann, Elaine Gentry, Joan Rothschild Hardin, Pamela Harris, Shemetric Harris, Anthony Heard, Malcon Heard, Rachel Herbert, Zennie Herbert, Wayman Hollis, Peter Ileka, Anne Jonas, Nicole Jones, Renne M. Jones, Elizabeth Kopko, Julia Langbein, Rattawert Lapcharoensap, Wannasiri Lapcharoensap, Michael Lebovitz, Wyllys Mann, Pierre A. Michel, Ingrid Melief, George McMurray, Scott Mortenson, William Nothern, Dorothy Olsen, Linda Pawlisz, Bill Peoples, Danisha Powell, Margaret Randle, Marilyn Reiter, Rebecca San,Judie Schild, Karen Schmidt, Mary Rose Shaughnessy, Julia Smith, Joao Soares, Harriet Spieth, Saadya Sterning, Jane C. Stevens, Tammy Sullen, Natsuko Takehita, Barbara Thomas, Ariane Vanderstraten, Brian Walton, Florence Weisblatt, Margaret Whedbee, Susan Whitington, and Aveva Yufit.

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