“Faces of Haiti” exhibition opens at the Clare Gallery in Hartford

Diane Coyle Image

“Joy” 2012, Oil

The Clare Gallery’s exhibition is free and open to the public and extends from August 11–October 17, 2013.
 A reception will be held on Saturday, August 10th from 5:00–7:30 p.m. At the reception, Coyle will invite her friend, photographer Kyn Tolson, to discuss both of their “processes of documentation.” Additionally, Tolson’s work for the organization Outreach to Haiti and the plight of the Haitian people will be discussed.

The Clare Gallery is housed in the Franciscan Center for Urban Ministry at 285 Church Street. The Center is part of St. Patrick – St. Anthony Church, a vibrant and active downtown faith community. Free parking is available directly across from the church, and the facility is handicapped accessible. More information may be found at spsact.org, click “Community Life” and then “Clare Gallery”.

Professor Nancy Wynn curated this exhibition for the Clare Gallery in Hartford, Connecticut. She is also Assistant Professor of Digital Art and Design.

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