News from MacMurray College
Collaborative show continues art season
Two artists to hold ‘dialog’ at Applebee Art Gallery.
JACKSONVILLE, IL – Joint works by Alison Ouellette-Kirby and Noah Kirby will continue the Applebee Art Gallery season this spring at MacMurray College. The show, “Things Unsaid, opens Thursday, Jan. 19 with a reception 6-8 p.m. at the Putnam/Springer Building, located at the corner of State and Clay streets on the MacMurray College campus. The gallery talk will be at 6:15 p.m.
The works hold a dialog as the artists express similar things in different languages, the artists say. The work questions what it means to have a voice within a larger context and to what extent that voice can be heard.
Alison Ouellette-Kirby received her undergraduate degree from the University of Windsor in 1993 and her master’s from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville in 1996. Her work has been shown throughout North America at such venues as The National Ornamental Metal Museum, The Walker Gallery at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, Washington University’s Medical School of Medicine, The Art Gallery of Windsor and String Gallery in Toronto. She teaches at St. Charles Community College in Missouri.
Noah Kirby received his undergraduate degree the University of Tennessee in 1998 and his master’s degree from Washington University in 2000. He has worked for Cassily and Cassily Inc. at the City Museum in St. Louis, and runs N.K Metalworks in St. Louis. Kirby’s work has been shown throughout North America at such venues as Bradley University, The University of Mississippi and String Gallery in Toronto. He teaches at Washington University and at the University of Missouri St. Louis.
Things Unsaid continues through Feb. 17.