Begin at the Clough Commons at 4pm on March 14 for the grand opening of the Clough Art Crawl, a juried, multi-media exhibition of student art inspired by the connection between artistic expression and the world of science. Then, at 6 pm, make your way to the Ferst Center for the Arts for performances by student groups including GT Salsa Club, Taal Tadka, Infinite Harmony and more, with a light reception.
As an added bonus, the opening night at the Ferst Center will feature demonstrations by four innovative Georgia Tech student project teams as they prepare to take part in the 2019 ACCelerate: ACC Smithsonian Creativity and Innovation Festival in Washington, DC this April.
The Clough Art Crawl will feature more than 150 works by Georgia Tech graduate and undergraduate students. The visual, digital, structural, and literary art works will be exhibited for four months at Clough Commons; performances will be offered only on opening night, March 14, at the Ferst Center for the Arts.
The Clough Art Crawl is coordinated by the Georgia Tech Office of the Arts in partnership with the Georgia Tech Library. For more information please contact email@example.com.
Clough Art Crawl exhibition:
March 14 – July 2019 in the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons
Clough Art Crawl opening night:
March 14 exhibition opens at 4 pm in the Clough Commons with performances at 6 pm at the Ferst Center for the Arts