Cube Show in Judith Taylor Gallery: 6x6x6x36=2012

By Purnell T. Cropper | January 10, 2011

A new exhibition, 6x6x6x36=2012, is on view in the Judith Taylor Gallery in Landman Library.

Each Art and Design senior majoring in a studio art was provided a 6x6x6 inch plexiglass cube as an assignment for Senior Seminar class. The results works are on view in the gallery and will be up until the beginning of the spring semester.

The “6x6x6” part of the title represents the plexiglass cube, the “x36” are the number of seniors, and “=2012” is the year they will graduate.

“The library also will select two cubes to add to its collection. You can find the other cubes from two previous years on the reference desk,” says Carole Loeffler, Associate Professor. The course is taught by Karen Misher, Associate Professor, and Abbey Ryan ’03, Visiting Assistant Professor. Ryan is known for her “Painting a Day website, which was featured in O the Oprah Magazine and in Seth Godin’s bestseller Linchpin.