Fine Art and Photography students interpret “The Emperor’s New Clothes.”

Posted by Kathy Smyser on Mar 16, 2016 11:24:12 AM

EmporersNewClothes_Poster_Print.gifTwelve students from Pennsylvania College of Art & Design will be visually interpreting the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale “The Emperor’s New Clothes” in an exhibition at the Community Room of King from April 1 – 25, with a reception on First Friday, April 1, 5 – 8 p.m.

The students are enrolled in the Media, Form, and Concept class taught by Davis Moss, PCA&D fine art faculty member. Moss said, “This brief story is rich in metaphor and poses so many questions regarding beauty, pretense, deception, illusion, vanity, power, and the willingness to accept a lie. This makes it a perfect vehicle to challenge students to give visual form to their interpretative ideas.”

The exhibitint students are: Edward Berkoski, a junior fine art major from Harrisburg, PA; Mikayla Brown, a senior photography major from Ridgewood, NJ; Maurice Butler, junior fine art major, Lancaster, PA; Katherine Cruz, fine art, Canaan, VT; Olivia DiFilippo, junior fine art, Wilmington, DE; Jezabeth Gonzalez, junior photography, Lancaster,PA; Taylor Hall, junior fine art, Middletown, PA; Samantha Hunsicker, junior fine art, Lebanon, PA; Maryn Martens, sophomore fine art, Mechanicsburg, PA; Thabani Ndlovu, junior fine art, Annville, PA; Karin Wengenroth, junior fine art, Stratford, CT; and Melodie Zielinski, junior fine art, Windsor, PA.

The Community Room on King is located at 106 W King Street, Lancaster PA, 17603.

Additionally on April 1, First Friday Lancaster, Pensylvania College of Art & Design, 204 N Prince Street, Lancaster,  will be holding a Reception,  5 – 8 pm, in the PCA&D Main Gallery, and a Landscape Poetry Reading hosted by Linda Brown, at 7 pm in the PCA&D Atrium, in conjunction with The Mountain and the Bumblebee, a travelling exhibit featuring contemporary artists and poets confronting broadly defined notions of landscape as both cultural icon and raw material, curated by Chris McGinnis.

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