University of North Dakota

Free Time: It's Not What We Thought It Would Be

To many of us it seems like we have gained all of the time in the world, while losing the freedoms we once had, creating a weird dissonance within our days. We have seemingly been gifted an interminable amount of time, without the freedom to wield it. The works of art in this virtual online exhibition will invite the viewer to consider the passage of time, freedoms held and freedoms lost, and the roles of creative expression as it relates to the two. This exhibition features artwork created by student artists at the University of North Dakota. The artists were invited to freely interpret the themes provided.

This exhibition, set to open publicly online May 1, features student artists from the University of North Dakota. The viewers will experience an interactive online gallery experience that they can peruse themselves or choose to follow along with a guided tour. We are grateful to the Myers Foundations, the Dept. of Art & Design/College of Arts & Sciences, the participating student artists, and of course UND for supporting this experimental project. We can't wait for you to enjoy it!

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Visit our facebook page on May 1, at 10am for the exhibition link.

Sunday, May 31

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Sarah Heitkamp

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