As New Albany's bicentennial year comes to an end, the exhibition "Of Place" turns our attention to New Albany today and the future of our community. "Of Place" presents artworks by Tiffany Carbonneau and David Modica, two contemporary New Albany artists that speak to their experiences of living in New Albany today. Their different perspectives influence their points-of-view on the city—one is a longtime resident, the other recently moved here. They both work in relatively new art media—one with photography, the other with video. The combination of their approaches also connects to a theme that finds its way into most discussions about place and culture today, namely the relationship between local and global experiences and societal issues. Please visit www.carnegiecenter.org and www.facebook.com/nacarnegie, or call 812-944-7336, for information on exhibit and related programs. Exhibit sponsored by the Carnegie Center, Inc. Museum hours Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5:30 pm. Admission is free.
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