An event not to miss this week is the opening of Follies, Predicaments, and Other Conundrums: The Works of Laure Drogoul. Drogoul is a 1981 graduate of the Rinehart School at the Maryland Institute, College of Art. She is Baltimore-based interdisciplinary artist, who is best known for her participatory and sensorial works that are articulated through sculpture, installation, performance, and Web-based media. She is the first Rinehart Graduate to be honored such a large scale retrospective. In addition, she performs and organizes the 14Karat Cabaret, which has been a center of the Baltimore avant-garde art scene for the past nineteen years.
This exhibition was curated by Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) Exhibitions Department Director Gerald Ross, and organized and produced in partnership with students in the Exhibition Development Seminar (EDS) under the guidance of course instructor Glenn Shrum '08.
Check MICA's website for more images, events, educational resources, and a student-authored blog as the opening date of Follies, Predicaments, and Other Conundrums: The Works of Laure Drogoul approaches.