Rachel by Chase Westfall
This exhibit will take a wide-ranging look at the subject of mourning by investigating various expressions of loss and trauma through fictional and factional narratives. Named for the archetype of the mourning mother (the biblical Rachel,) Westfall’s exhibition aims to create a space for considering loss without directly experiencing it. “Rachel” will include recent painting, sculpture, print, photographic, and performance work.
Opening Reception: March 21, 2019 4 – 7pm
Gallery Lecture: Artist’s Talk with Chase Westfall
Thursday March 21, 2019, 5 – 6pm
Gallery Regular Hours: 1:00 – 4:00pm, Monday through Friday
Gallery Location: The CCSU Art Galleries are located on the second floor of the Samuel S. T. Chen Fine Arts Center (Maloney Hall) at the corner of Stanley Street (Rte. 71) and Ella Grasso Boulevard.
Parking: Parking is free. Access to Welte Garage, which is adjacent to Maloney Hall, is available to the public during gallery events. Otherwise, Welte Garage requires a university ID. Alternatively, visitors may use the Student Center Garage, Kaiser Lot, and Copernicus Garage. During the day, public parking is also available in Stanley Quarter Park, about 0.2 miles down Stanley Street.
Admission to all exhibits and events hosted by the CCSU Art Galleries is free.