First Floor Art Gallery: Transforming Tradition: Works by Wende Cudmore
Wende Cudmore’s show changes the way one usually thinks of fruits and vegetables. She transforms her family’s tradition of gardening and farming into the art of using pressed fruit and vegetables to create intricate and delightful hats, dresses, lampshades, bowls, and more.
Wende received her BFA in printmaking from IU Southeast in 2013 and was featured in the Horizon in 2012.
Transforming Tradition will be on display in the IU Southeast Library Art Gallery June 30th through September 5th 2014.
A closing reception will be held on Friday, September 5th from 5-7pm.
Third Floor Exhibit Space: Center for Cultural Resources
The Library has generous exhibit spaces on all three floors, and an art gallery on the first floor. On the main (second) floor, there are large glass cases, some of which are lockable. These cases are suitable for display of books, photographs, artifacts, etc., and the lockable cases provide a secure display area for rare or valuable materials. Similar cases are available on the first and third floors. The first floor art gallery is designed for display of hanging art, and there are lockable glass cases nearby. The Library creates exhibits for these spaces but also makes the space available for other appropriate uses. For information, call the Library Reference Desk (941-2489) or Pam Asberry (941-2262).