From Isolation to CollaborationFrom Isolation to Collaboration, 17 Artists/30 Years: ASSEMBLAGE Artists Collective

October 9th – December 17th, 2014 
Open to the public: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

HENRY GALLERY at Penn State Great Valley Conference Center hosts the works of 17 artists from theASSEMBLAGE Artists Collective. The exhibit; “From Isolation to Collaboration” opens with a reception for the public on Thursday, Oct. 9 from 6 to 7 p.m. Following the reception, ASSEMBLAGE Artists Collective will give a presentation “How to Survive and Thrive in the  Art World  Despite the Odds in the Musser auditorium. The opening event is free; registration is required at:

ASSEMBLAGE Artists Collective includes: Rosalind Bloom, Zola Bryen, Wanda Chudzinski, Leslie Eadeh, Susan Hader GoldenKathe Chapman Grinstead, Lauren Litwa Holden, Sheila Letven, Helen Mirkil, Lesley MitchellElaine C. Nettis, Brigitte Rutenberg, Eleanor Schimmel, Marion Spirn, Charlotte Schatz,Pam Taggart, Carol Wisker

HENRY GALLERY at Penn State Great Valley Conference Center, 30 East Swedesford Road, Malvern PA.

“In 1985 a few young artists were graduating from the safety and camaraderie of art school to the harsh reality of the outside world.  To ease the transition they began to meet once a month to share information about practical and technical issues, current shows, exhibition opportunities, and to view and discuss one another’s work. The roster has changed, but nine in the current group have been in it from the start, and the group remains small enough to sustain intimacy. The first Assemblage exhibition was in 1991, followed by twelve more exhibits to date.” – HENRY GALLERY at Penn State Great Valley Conference Center

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