Puerto Rican nomadic culture consumes the Georgia College museum, exhibiting an in-depth look into the unique lives of the show’s individual artists.
“Carry On: Puerto Rico Inspected”, a traveling art show, has just recently taken root at GC. The show embodies the art of Puerto Rican natives and their unparalleled perception of the world they live in.
“I think what sets this exhibition apart is that it’s a collection from so many different artists, and it’s representing a theme that is dear to all of them,” Nicole Pitts, sophomore mass communication major, said. “Because it contains work from so many different artists it also allows different perspectives to be shown.”
GC Museum curator Shannon Morris and guest curator of the exhibit and artist, Juan Alberto Negroni were introduced through a mutual friend and put together this exhibit. Negroni’s drawing Tell Them is the promotional piece for the exhibit.
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