David Modler and Samuel Peck

Feb 16
Saturday, February 16, 2019 4:00pm to 6:00pm Gormley Gallery Fourier 200

Exhibition on view January 28 through March 8, 2019

The tet[R]ad Project is an international art-making exchange envisioned and developed by artists David Modler and Samuel Peck. This ongoing endeavor fosters arts-based learning through one-to-one visual journal collaborations. tet[R]ad includes faculty, students and artists as well as others from the broader community. Participants in the project are encouraged to share their drawings, writings, collages, opinions and experiences as they make connections through collaboration and dialogue with an artistic accomplice. The tet[R]ad project is free and open to everyone; all are welcome and encouraged to join and contribute. In the end, the primary mission of tet[R]ad is to honor our collective image-making impulses in order to expand and cultivate a more creative community.

In the spirit of this collaborative exhibition, we’re doing things a little differently for this show! Instead of an opening reception, we're hosting a mid-run reception. The installation will grow and develop as students and community members work with the artists to complete it; the reception will celebrate its full realization.