Featuring Anjelica DuRonslet Hardy
Grambling, LA - Grambling State University’s Department of Visual and Performing Arts will host an exhibition entitled Distorted Identity, by Anjelica DuRonslet Hardy. The exhibition will be held in Dunbar Gallery, located on Hutchinson Street in Grambling, Louisiana. Anjelica, a senior who lived in New Orleans before being displaced by Katrina, is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Studio Art at GSU.
The work in this exhibition focuses on the artist’s journey toward enlightenment regarding self and events that have shaped her life. Anjelica states, “My objective was to create story-based narratives of experiences from my life and those of loved ones, using mixed media.” She uses mixed media to hint at her narratives while not exposing everything, just as persons reveal some of life’s experiences while closely guarding personal details.
The public is invited to attend a reception for the artist on Thursday, December 6th, from 3:30 – 5:00 PM in Dunbar Gallery. Gallery hours are from 8 – 4:30 M-TH and 8 – 12:00 F. Accommodations are available for large groups and special needs persons. For more information about the exhibition please call 318- 274-2274. This exhibition is sponsored in part by GSU’s “Friends of the Arts”.
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