Architectural marvels in the LRC

Be afraid; be very afraid.

Be afraid; be very afraid (from the March exhibit)

The LRC has been honored to host projects from Mitra Fabian‘s Art 370 (Three-Dimensional Design) classes this semester.  For most of March, visitors were greeted by an army of paper-and-wire insects camped out on the first floor.

A nicotine-fueled pleasure palace, with light-bulb onion domes

A nicotine-fueled pleasure palace, with light-bulb onion domes

Currently on display are architectural pieces that repurpose everyday objects and ordinary materials to stunning effect. You’ll find everything from cardboard mud huts, to a literal house of cards, to a slightly sinister geodesic dome. The Kondos Gallery may be closed for the near future, but you can still get your art fix. Come see the creativity on display in the LRC!

A virtual city in the LRC

Straying a bit further from home, don’t miss Tangent Gallery‘s ongoing Self-Portrait show, which features the work of SCC and other area community college students.

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