SHIFTING VIEWS: THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF RURAL GILBERT
This exhibition, running from September 1st – October 31st, 2015 in The Gallery at the Gilbert Historical Museum, details the changing rural landscape of Gilbert, Arizona as seen through artist Gina DeGideo’s eyes.
With work she created with found photographs by longtime local farmer, Marvin Morrison, for a commissioned family art project, along with photographs she had been shooting of the changing landscape over many years, she compares the “then and now” of what a small agricultural area in Gilbert has transformed into over the past 50 years.
OTHER ASSOCIATED EVENTS:
Family Photograph Conservation Talk on
Saturday, September 19th, 12PM – 2PM
Free and open to the public (with museum admission fee)
Arcadia Publishing’s new ‘Images of America: Gilbert’ Book Signing and Open House with Dale Hallock, Kayla Kolar, and Ann Norbut on Saturday, October 8th, 5PM – 8PM
Free and open to the public
Regular museum pricing:
Adults – $5 / Seniors – $4 / Children, Ages 5-12 – $3
Kids under Age 5 – Free
Ken (L.) and Marvin (R.) in the Field (with photograph by anonymous photographer) (left) & Utopia by Gina DeGideo (right)