Transposition No. 2, collaboration by Ed Charbonneau and Jeremy Szopinski
Transposition No. 2, collaboration by Ed Charbonneau and Jeremy Szopinski
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Caravan, curated by faculty member William G. Franklin, is the latest exhibition at Concordia.

This exhibition features thirteen collaborative pieces by thirty-one artists reflecting on the migrant caravan crisis. Franklin was inspired to call the exhibition Caravan based in part on his own experience as a Venezuelan immigrant. He insisted on all the artworks to be new, original pieces, and didn't see any of the new work until a week before the exhibition. He says this "kept the excitement really high."

Featured MCADians:

  • Ed Charbonneau, faculty member
  • Zoe Cinel ’18, MFA
  • Preston Drum ’16, MFA
  • Jonathan Herrera Soto ’17
  • AnaLaura Juarez ’14
  • Dennis Madamba ’14, MFA
  • Dougie Padilla, former student
  • La Niña Rivera ’14
  • Xavier Tavera ’14
  • Patricia Welch ’14
  • Peng Wu ’13, MFA
  • Shun Jie Yong ’18, MFA

Caravan
On view through December 13
Concordia Gallery

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