Developed and Disturbed: Visions of the American Landscape
January 25 - August 25Free
Gallery Exhibition of “Developed and Disturbed: Visions of the American Landscape” (January 25 – August 25, 2019) examines how landscape art may reveal an increasing tension between nature and industry within the United States. The exhibition includes works in a variety of media, from the nineteenth century to the present, that address this tension in subtle and thought-provoking ways. This exhibition was co-curated by Randolph College students Elisabeth Ayars ’19, Jordon Kirkpatrick ’19, and Sara Primm ’20 as the capstone project for Curatorial Seminar, which offers Randolph students the opportunity to curate an exhibition at the Maier Museum of Art.
“Developed and Disturbed” is sponsored by Sara Maier Rowe ’67.