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News “Parallel Visions, Parallel Lives” exhibition opens with conversation with artist

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Flyer for a conversation with Roy Hickman

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Curated by master's student Bridget Killian, Parallel Visions, Parallel Lives: Selections from the James T. Vaughn Male Correctional Center’s Prison Arts Program, opens on Tuesday, February 6 in Recitation Hall Gallery. As part of the opening celebrations, there will be a conversation with Bridget Killian and the artist Roy Hickman, who is a former participant in the Prison Arts Program. The discussion will take place at 6pm in the Visual Resources Center, Old College Room 211, and will be preceded and followed by a reception in the gallery. Parallel Visions, Parallel Lives continues through March 2. Be sure to check back for more events related to the exhibit. 

More information on Parallel Visions, Parallel Lives can be found on the University's online newspaper, UDaily

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Recitation Hall Gallery will host the exhibition February 6 to March 2.

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  • University of Delaware
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  • Newark, DE 19716 USA
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