“Honey: Female Perspectives’ and ‘[Dis]Place’, two exhibits will be at at the Suraci Gallery and and the Suraci Gallery Annex through April 30. “Honey: Female Perspectives’ consists of collaborative and individual works which explore issues of body image, pressure to conform to gender stereotypes/roles, and rituals women develop as coping mechanisms. Artists invovled are Noel Anderson-Corwin, Gina Rice and Sarah Schimeneck.
‘[Dis]Place’ is a site specific multimedia installation that addresses the social and environmental fallout of the coal mining industry in northeastern Pennsylvania. The artist is Kayla Cady.
Both exhibits are the result of a competitive exhibition opportunity offered to Marywood Art Department students in 2010.