“Reunion” will be on display from Oct. 11-29 at Slocumb Galleries in Ball Hall on the campus of East Tennessee State University and on Nov. 5 at theTipton Gallery at 126 Spring Street. The exhibit is co-sponsored by the ETSU Alumni Association and Centennial Steering Committee and features works by outstanding alumni identified by faculty as working with or being affiliated with prestigious museums, artists, galleries or academic institutions, or who have established successful independent careers. Sunlit Forest no. 2 (2010) by Kristi Taylor is included in the exhibition.
Regular Slocumb Galleries hours are 8-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. The Tipton Gallery is open in conjunction with downtown Johnson City’s First Friday celebration each month from 5-7 p.m. and by appointment.
For more information, Tipton Gallery viewing appointments, or special assistance for those with disabilities, call Contreras-Koterbay at (423) 483-3179