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Cazadora Nocturna (Night Hunter): Artist Talk & Reception

October 12 4:15 PM

Whitcomb Art Center, The Box Gallery

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Cazadora Nocturna (Night Hunter) is A multidisciplinary art installation by María Korol, with collaboration from Elena Rykova

Join us for an artist's talk on October 12 at 4:15 in the Whitcomb Art Center #213.  An opening reception will follow at The Box Gallery. 306 E Simmons. The exhibit runs through November 17.

María Korol was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and holds an MFA in painting and drawing from Indiana University. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, including Bogotá, New York, and Berlin. She was the recipient of scholarships to the Women's Art Institute in 2015, and the Akademie der Künste in Berlin in 2016. She is currently based in Atlanta, Georgia, and is visiting professor of art at Agnes Scott College.

Organized by the Knox College Department of Art and Art History.

Nocturna

$5 mil.

Largest gift

by living donors (Dick ‘57 and Joan ‘56 Whitcomb) for the creation of a new art building

Knox College

https://www.knox.edu/calendar/event/E/8567

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