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First Friday downtown
art walk, Elm Street and
Center City Park,
6 - 9:30
It's April Fools! Flip this
paper over and read the
WUAG Spring Record Active Minds presents Pines' Potiuck, bring
Sale, Weatherspoon Art "Pet Therapy," The a dish to The Pines,
Gallery, UNCG, Lake, 7 p.m.
12-4 p.m. 2-3:30 p.m.
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Sunday Jazz brunch.
10 a.m.- I p.m.
Meeting for Worship led by
senior Sasha Lipton-Gal-
braith. Moon Room, Dana
I - 2 p.m.
staff meeting, open to
7:30 - 8 p.m.
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, Bargain Tui^day^at
$4.25 all day
Photo Club meeting,
7:30 - 8 p.m.
1 WGSS presents "Women's
1 Health Panel Discussion,
1 The Politics of the Budget
1 Battle," Bryan jn,
1 1:30 - 2:30 p.m
Destroyer plays Cat's
Cradle, Chapel Hill,
Cheap Movie and Beer
Night presents, "Dumb
and Dumber" Carousel
7 & 10 p.m.
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April 1, 2011
"Participating in the senior art thesis has given me the
opportunity to push iny practice tuither. This sculpturol
exploration into deconstructing, reconstruction, and the textures
of history has steered my work down a cholienging ond intriguing
road. This body of work recreates images of domesticity and
fractured identity damaged by natural and cultural decay using
collected and found obiects. My study of anthropology/sociology
is very influential both visually as well as conceptually; however
using collected ond discarded objects helps my work stay relevant,
grounded and focused. I think of myself as a scavenger, for both
materials and information.
Guilford's 2011 senior thesis students' April exhibit, "Ripe,"
will be the culmination of a year of welding, throwii^, ciieking,
brushing (and probably some smashing). From April 22 •
8, you will be able to see what all the noise in HUdcAsBnih wtts
about. Until then, page four previews stajic of those ^sts* wdrft.
Editor in Chief
Faculty Advisor Jeff Jeske
Meredith Brown Meg Holden
Kate Gibson Skylar Larsen
Annetrice Hewitt Burke Reed
Nick dayman Bree' Shepard
Joy Damon Johnathan Smith