Summer Reading


Summer Reading
Talk: Saturday, June 27, 11am and 2pm
David Lusk Gallery

To all art or literary critics, aspiring novelists, exhibiting artists, book club members, art educators, English teachers or English majors, fans (or haters) of A Prairie Home Companion, artists, writers, or just those who enjoy a good book or looking at art:
Join us Saturday 27 June at 11am and/or 2pm for a walk through of SUMMER READING with guest curator Matt Crow.  Matt selected works from DLG that visually elaborate upon passages from books that might be on a school's summer reading list.
The morning promises to be edifying on so many levels.  Don't miss out on your SUMMER READING.
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The passage for Veda Reed's Red Clouds, Red Sky:
"It was dark now, and as we dipped under a little bridge, I put my arm around Jordan's golden shoulder and drew her toward me and asked her to dinner. Suddenly I wasn't thinking Daisy and Gatsby any more, but of this clean, hard, limited person, who dealt in universal skepticism, and who leaned back jauntily just within the circle of my arm. A phrase began to beat in my ears with a sort of heady excitement: 'There are only the pursued, the pursuing, the busy, and the tired."
From The Great Gatsby | F. Scott Fitzgerald | 1925
Click here if you haven't yet had a chance to preview the artists' works with the authors' words.


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