“Distant Bubbles” is a multidisciplinary exposition , which highlights artwork from 10 Mason Gross School of Art Students and Alumni that have experienced remote instruction. The pandemic has caused countless people to isolate themselves in personal bubbles. This exhibit reveals that our inner lives and bubbles can often overlap with each other. Connecting us eternally. This show is a direct response to following social distancing protocols. While being completely remote this show fosters a space for artists to showcase their work, and build and engage with their artistic community.
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This page was curated and designed by Celia Sanchez Bachman and Daniel Lopez
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