Dickinson College Art and Art History October Events

Opening Reception| October 5th, 5-7pm, Goodyear Gallery

Reanimation Library| Carlisle Borough Branch
October 5th-November 6th 2010

The Carlisle Borough Branch is a temporary, site-specific manifestation of the Brooklyn-based Reanimation Library.  These books have been acquired from local thrift stores, used bookstores and junk shops. They are intended to be used as resource material for artists, writers and other cultural archeologists. The books are non-circulating, but you are encouraged to browse, scan, copy or otherwise work with them while you are in the installation.

The Reanimation Library’s mission is to create a social and cultural context for exhibition spectators from books that have been discarded or released from someone’s personal library. The exhibition will act as a conduit between our regional community and Andrew’s literary observations.

Goodyear Gallery Info|
595 W. Louther Street
Carlisle, PA 17013

Hours|
Tuesday-Friday: 3-5 pm
Wednesday evenings: 7-9 pm
Saturdays: 2-5 pm

Opening Reception: October 29th, 5-7pm, Trout Gallery

Tools in Motion: Works from the Hechinger Collection
October 29th-February 5th 2010

Tools in Motion brings together a clever selection of art that incorporates or represents everyday tools and hardware. The works in this exhibition toy with the many forms and ideas pioneered in Pop Art, but with an ironic playfulness. The exhibition features works from fourty-one artists including, Armand P. Arman, Jim Dine, Jacob lawrence, and Claes Oldenburg.

Trout Gallery Information:

5 North Orange Street
Weiss Center for the Arts
Carlisle, PA 17013

Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday: 10-4 pm

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