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Portsmouth Community Arts and Literary
Festival ‘Alice All Around’ at Shawnee State University
Shawnee State University’s Clark Memorial Library will
present three events during the Scioto County Community Arts
and Literary Festival “Alice All Around” beginning with Tim
Burton’s version of the film “Alice in Wonderland” at 6:30
p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 27 in the Flohr Lecture Hall.
Popcorn will be provided.
Harris-Fain, professor in English and Humanities, will be
lecturing on “Carroll and His Contemporaries: The Literary
Contexts of the Alice Books” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 4
in the library alcove. Refreshments will be provided.
Taylor, author and illustrator of “Alice’s Adventures in
Wonderland” published by Modernbook Editions, 2008, will
present “Images and Other Things … the evolution of imagery
and creative process with the scanner and computer” at noon
on Friday, Nov. 12 at the Howland Recital Hall in the Vern
Riffe Center for the Arts. The presentation is part of the
2010-11 Jane M.G. Foster Distinguished Lecture Series.
been in numerous one-person exhibits throughout the United
States and abroad and she has her work in many public and
private collections including The Art Museum, Princeton
University; The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University,
Cambridge, Mass.; Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida;
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The Museum of Photography,
Seoul, Korea; and the Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington,
is featured in “Adobe Photoshop Master Class: Maggie
Taylor’s Landscape of Dreams,” published by Adobe Press,
2005; “Solutions Beginning with A,” Modernbook Editions,
2007. She began using the computer to create her images in
1996 after 10 years as a still-life photographer. Taylor’s
work will be displayed at the Southern Ohio Museum from
Friday, Nov. 12 until Friday, Dec. 31.
The public is
invited to the university events free of charge. For more
information, call Ann Marie Short at (740) 351-3462 or