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Campus community invited to gallery exhibit

QR codes offering audio files by the artist are a new feature in the exhibition space.
QR codes offering audio files by the artist are a new feature in the exhibition space.
Haviland's prints mimic waves on the gallery floor.
Haviland’s prints mimic waves on the gallery floor.

Students and employees of Pennsylvania College of Technology are invited to visit The Gallery at Penn College to view the current exhibit: Melissa Haviland’s “You can’t take it with you …

The free exhibit can be viewed through Dec. 3 on Mondays, from 2 to 7 p.m.; Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 1 to 7 p.m.; Wednesdays, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Fridays, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the gallery, on the third floor of Madigan Library. As with all other campus locations, masks and social distancing are required.

Material objects settle to the bottom of a metaphorical sea in the "Sediment" installation.
Material objects settle to the bottom of a metaphorical sea in the “Sediment” installation.
Paper teacups and boats intermingle in a chaotic array with the artist's prints.
Paper teacups and boats intermingle in a chaotic array with the artist’s prints.
"Curiouser & Curiouser" borrows whimsy from "Alice in Wonderland" with oversized teacups.
“Curiouser & Curiouser” borrows whimsy from “Alice in Wonderland” with oversized teacups.

A new feature in the gallery is QR codes linking visitors to audio files recorded by Haviland, describing her five installations.

“You can’t take it with you …” and its accompanying audio files are also available on the gallery’s website. The virtual exhibit is the general public’s option for experiencing the current gallery offering.

A printmaker and installation artist, Haviland plays with paper and plastic in her works exploring a range of global cultural issues.