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|Figge's new exhibit shows what cannot be seen by human eye|
|News Releases - Art, Galleries & Museums|
|Written by Figge Art Museum|
|Thursday, 04 September 2008 14:08|
Visitors will see stunning examples of experimental photography in this exhibition that features about 30 photographs by mid-20th century American photographers. In the Light: Photographs from the Sikkema Collection opens next week on Saturday September 13, 2008 and runs to January 4, 2009. The exhibition will be open during regular Figge hours and included with general admission.
As a preview to the exhibition, on Friday, September 12 at 10:30 am Figge is hosting a question and answer period with Brent Sikkema as he is interviewed by Bruce Carter, the host of the local Art Talks radio program. Mr. Sikkema donated 84 photographs from his extensive collection to the Figge. Selected photographs from this gift will be exhibited during this exhibition. The interview will be held in Figge’s auditorium and is free with paid admission or membership; and free for college students, professors, and members.
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In late September, Figge will also launch a new interactive area that offers families and children hands-on activities that correspond to special exhibitions. This new area is also ideal for school groups. The debut theme for the interactive area is photography. At the activity centers, visitors will be able experiment with light, texture, angle of view, and have an opportunity to recreate their own version of some of the photos from the In the Light exhibition. Digital cameras are encouraged in the interactive center, but are not permitted the galleries.
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