It is hot hot hot today, but on another day, when a walk outside would be more enjoyable, I’m going to saunter over to the gallery at the Aidekman Arts Center to check out two new exhibits. The first is The Boston–Jo’burg Connection — interesting art with an interesting back-story.
Rounding out my cultural field trip will be a second exhibit — photographs by university photographers. Though most of the pix are not closely linked to Fletcher life, I like to imagine that our students get out into the greater community now and then.
If you visit Fletcher this summer, consider leaving a little time to wander around the Tufts campus and check out the Arts Center. But if you don’t have time to cross campus, you don’t need to go culture-free. The Fletcher Perspectives exhibit of student photography is conveniently located in Ginn Library.
Perspectives is a student-run organization and it has just emerged from a year’s hiatus. The photos currently on display represent a variety of styles and locations, including this one from Turkey.
No plans for a visit this summer? Check out the complete collection online.
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