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LookOut! Gallery, part of Michigan State University’s Residential College in Arts and Humanities, has a new exhibit, “The Local Scene.”
The idea is to highlight Lansing photographers, painters, illustrators, sculptors — you name it — all of which were handpicked by RCAH’s faculty.
The result is a conglomeration of works by 11 Lansing artists, each of which look quite stunning in the well-lit, hardwood floor mini-gallery on the second of floor of MSU’s Snyder-Philips Hall.
“They’re very diverse, ranging from recent graduates of MSU, RCAH in fact, to folk who are retired after a career of working and making art,” said Carolyn Loeb, LookOut!’s curator in residence. “They do very different kinds of things.”
“The Local Scene” features 11 artists:
Eric Alstrom Robert Baecker
Kate Cosgrove Joe Gohl Brandon Hankins Curt LaCross
Tim Lane Kimberly Lavon
Chance Liscomb Matthew Dae Smith Reuben Kenyatta
“The Local Scene” RCAH LookOut! Gallery at Snyder-Philips Hall, MSU Free Through March 16 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. Monday Friday, and additional hours 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Thursdays 362 Bogue St., East Lansing www.rcah.msu.edu