Art For an Unexpected Place

One of the assignments in CETA every year is Art for an Unexpected Place: something (an object, action, or a series of things) that changes how we look at our everyday surroundings. Many thanks to Mary Carothers, Associate Professor of Photo/Art at the University of Louisville, for giving us this assignment when our class visited with one of her classes back in 2010! One year, our own Art for an Unexpected Place was a swing--fashioned from wood, a traffic sign, and some rope--which we hung outside of Old Morrison on Transy's campus.

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Kremena was the first to swing


Paul Brown, too, joined in the swinging

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Dr. Melissa Fortner stopped by for a turn on our swing

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Dr. Brian Rich could not pass up the opportunity