Odyssey 2004-05

 
 

 

The theme of this year’s show is “Freedom” and 16 sculptors have created pieces that reflect their interpretation of “freedom.” The artists’ representations range from pieces reflecting opportunity; one’s ability to move freely in our county, the ability to explore the cosmos and the lack of restrictions and self determination.

The Odyssey exhibit brings together 16 new sculptures that will grace the 268 acres of the PNC campus.

S. Thomas Scarff, in his sixth year as curator of the PNC Odyssey sculpture shows, remarked, "This show will be filled with pieces that stir emotions, cause people to think about the many definitions and interpretations of “freedom” and how it impacts every facet of our lives.”

The Odyssey Cultural Series will feature a variety of other events throughout the year, including exhibits of art, film showings and a  presentation of WWII performed by PNC students.

The exhibit is open to the public for self- or guided tours. Information is available in Schwarz Hall at Campus Relations. Tours can be arranged by calling 785-5593. 

Almost all sculptures are for sale. For more information, contact Judy Jacobi at (219) 785-5593 or jjacobi@pnc.edu.

 

     
  "This show is filled with pieces that stir emotions, cause people to think about the many definitions and interpretations of 'freedom' and how it impacts every facet of our lives"  

- S. Thomas Scarff,
sculptor and exhibit curator

 
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