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Org: An Art and Biology Show at Macy Gallery

On October 10, “Org” opened in the Macy Gallery. “Org” is the result of exhaustive research done by a collaboration of artists. The show responded visually and conceptually to literature, interviews, and field study pertaining to the issues surrounding contemporary agriculture. The show not only addressed choices that farmers have to make, but also the decisions consumers make. “Org” shows that the way food is grown is influenced by how food is bought and consumed. Show participants are doctoral students in the College Teaching of Studio Art, and include Mark Grimm, Hugo Ortega, Jacob Roesch and Amy Cheatle. For more information, visit the SocialMedia.org.
On October 10, "Org" opened in the Macy Gallery. "Org" is the result of exhaustive research done by a collaboration of artists. The show responded visually and conceptually to literature, interviews, and field study pertaining to the issues surrounding contemporary agriculture. The show not only addressed choices that farmers have to make, but also the decisions consumers make. "Org" shows that the way food is grown is influenced by how food is bought and consumed. Show participants are doctoral students in the College Teaching of Studio Art, and include Mark Grimm, Hugo Ortega, Jacob Roesch and Amy Cheatle. For more information, visit the SocialMedia.org.

Published Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2003

Org: An Art and Biology Show at Macy Gallery

On October 10, "Org" opened in the Macy Gallery. "Org" is the result of exhaustive research done by a collaboration of artists. The show responded visually and conceptually to literature, interviews, and field study pertaining to the issues surrounding contemporary agriculture. The show not only addressed choices that farmers have to make, but also the decisions consumers make. "Org" shows that the way food is grown is influenced by how food is bought and consumed. Show participants are doctoral students in the College Teaching of Studio Art, and include Mark Grimm, Hugo Ortega, Jacob Roesch and Amy Cheatle. For more information, visit the SocialMedia.org.
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