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December 2011

Greenville Technical College in Greer, SC, Offers Works by Kathleen Robbins

Greenville Technical College in Greer, SC, is presenting the exhibit, Kathleen Robbins: Into the Flatland, on view through Jan. 13, 2012.

Please join the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at the Greer campus of Greenville Technical College for a one-person exhibition by photographer Kathleen Robbins. Into the Flatland includes recent photographs representing the artist’s exploration of familial obligation, history, and the often conflicted relationship we have with “home”. Robbins made these particular photographs during regular trips to visit family over a period of several years. They depict the stark beauty of the Mississippi Delta, and a deep connection to the land her family has inhabited for generations.

Robbins is an associate professor of art, affiliate faculty of southern studies and coordinator of the photography program in the McMaster College of Art at the University of South Carolina. Her photographs have been exhibited widely in venues such as the Jennifer Schwartz Gallery, Rayko Gallery, the Ping Yao Photography Festival, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Society for Contemporary Photography, and the Mississippi Museum of Art.

For further info check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, contact Lisa Smith, Administrative Assistant, by calling 864-/848-2044 or e-mail (lisa.smith@gvltec.edu).

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