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Rico Eastman
September 25 - December 12, 1999
Work by 22 contemporary artists whose art addresses various aspects of the idea of "structure."  Painting, sculpture, photography, video and on-site installations.

The Honorable John Erving(John Copley)
John Copley
The Honorable John Erving
American Spectrum: Paintings and Sculpture from the Smith College Museum of Art
February 5 - April 23, 2000
Survey of American art, from colonial times to the present, from the collection of the Smith College Museum of Art.

Diomede Girl (Edward S. Curtis)
Edward S. Curtis
Diomede Girl
Ghost Dance: Exhibiting Paradox 28
March 17, 2000
Photographs by Edward S. Curtis from the Grinnell College Art Collection, Gift of John W. Rosenbloom ' 71. Organized by Jenny Anger, Assistant Professor of Art, and students in the Exhibition Practices Seminar.

Bobbie McKibbin
Professor of Art
Grinnell College Art Faculty Show
May 5 - June 4, 2000
A major exhibition of work by the studio art faculty at Grinnell College.

Art Students Salon (GCAG)
May 5 - May 22, 2000
Annual juried exhibition of work by Grinnell College students. All Grinnell College students are eligible to submit works. Prizes are awarded in several categories.

Counterparts Mural
May 1 - June, 2000
High School students in rural Missouri and NYC collaborated via the internet to create this mural on a series of panels. The project was directed by Sandra Stein '88 and David Loewenstein '88 with the assistance of a Wall Award from the College.

The Mural Project web page details their process.

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