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12/22
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1/14
Dwellings: Contemplating Home, House, and Neighborhood

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Texas artist Libby Rowe deconstructs notions of home, house, and neighborhood in this one-person exhibition that features photography and sculpture. In three major works, “Inside/Out,” “(sub)Divison,” and “Dwell,” Rowe cleverly casts a fresh gaze on the façade-like quality of the American home, questions the success of the urban subdivision, and considers the philosophical meaning of dwellings. Click for details

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1/14
Opening Reception for Dwellings: Contemplating Home, House, and Neighborhood

5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Texas artist Libby Rowe deconstructs notions of home, house, and neighborhood in this one-person exhibition that features photography and sculpture. In three major works, “Inside/Out,” “(sub)Divison,” and “Dwell,” Rowe cleverly casts a fresh gaze on the façade-like quality of the American home, questions the success of the urban subdivision, and considers the philosophical meaning of dwellings. Click for details

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1/14
Kenan Lecture with Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

7:30 p.m.
Location: Haggin Auditorium

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., environmental business leader and advocate, will present "Green Capitalism." Kennedy is a professor of environmental law at Pace University School of Law and serves as co-director of the school's Environmental Litigation Clinic. He also serves as president of Waterkeeper Alliance, senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council, chief prosecuting attorney for the Hudson Riverkeeper, and co-host of the radio show, Ring of Fire. He is a partner on the CleanTech investment team of Silicon Valley's VantagePoint Capital Ventures, the environmental advisor to Napo Pharmaceuticals, and serves on numerous boards. Earlier in his career, he served as assistant district attorney in New York City.

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1/15
Dwellings: Contemplating Home, House, and Neighborhood

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Texas artist Libby Rowe deconstructs notions of home, house, and neighborhood in this one-person exhibition that features photography and sculpture. In three major works, “Inside/Out,” “(sub)Divison,” and “Dwell,” Rowe cleverly casts a fresh gaze on the façade-like quality of the American home, questions the success of the urban subdivision, and considers the philosophical meaning of dwellings. Click for details

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1/16
Dwellings: Contemplating Home, House, and Neighborhood

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Texas artist Libby Rowe deconstructs notions of home, house, and neighborhood in this one-person exhibition that features photography and sculpture. In three major works, “Inside/Out,” “(sub)Divison,” and “Dwell,” Rowe cleverly casts a fresh gaze on the façade-like quality of the American home, questions the success of the urban subdivision, and considers the philosophical meaning of dwellings. Click for details

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1/16
University offices close early

4:00 p.m.
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1/19
University offices closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day Add to Microsoft Oulook
1/19
Dwellings: Contemplating Home, House, and Neighborhood

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Texas artist Libby Rowe deconstructs notions of home, house, and neighborhood in this one-person exhibition that features photography and sculpture. In three major works, “Inside/Out,” “(sub)Divison,” and “Dwell,” Rowe cleverly casts a fresh gaze on the façade-like quality of the American home, questions the success of the urban subdivision, and considers the philosophical meaning of dwellings. Click for details

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1/20
Dwellings: Contemplating Home, House, and Neighborhood

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Texas artist Libby Rowe deconstructs notions of home, house, and neighborhood in this one-person exhibition that features photography and sculpture. In three major works, “Inside/Out,” “(sub)Divison,” and “Dwell,” Rowe cleverly casts a fresh gaze on the façade-like quality of the American home, questions the success of the urban subdivision, and considers the philosophical meaning of dwellings. Click for details

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1/20
Artist Talk: Libby Rowe

12:30 p.m.-1:15 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Rowe deconstructs notions of home, house, and neighborhood in her one-person Morlan Gallery exhibition titled Dwellings: Contemplating Home, House, and Neighborhood, on display Sept. 12 to Oct. 17. Click for details

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1/21
Dwellings: Contemplating Home, House, and Neighborhood

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Texas artist Libby Rowe deconstructs notions of home, house, and neighborhood in this one-person exhibition that features photography and sculpture. In three major works, “Inside/Out,” “(sub)Divison,” and “Dwell,” Rowe cleverly casts a fresh gaze on the façade-like quality of the American home, questions the success of the urban subdivision, and considers the philosophical meaning of dwellings. Click for details

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