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Out of Order Robert Gregson Exhibit at Creative Arts Workshop

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Out of Order Robert Gregson Exhibit at Creative Arts Workshop

Time: May 22, 2017 at 9am to June 30, 2017 at 5pm
Location: Creative Arts Workshop
Street: 80 Audubon Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://creativeartsworkshop.o…
Phone: 203-562-4927
Event Type: art, exhibition
Organized By: Creative Arts Workshop
Latest Activity: Jun 21

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In his spring exhibition, Out of Order, at Creative Arts Workshop, Gregson explores contradictions where order and disorder share the same place. Gregson invites the audience to interact with the pieces, thereby offering unlimited opportunities to share experiences. Today, as we increasingly communicate through online media, and are less involved in the physical world, Gregson’s hands-on, low-tech pieces serve as a cogent reaction to a digital world.

 

The exhibition at 80 Audubon Street in New Haven is free and open Mondays through Saturdays from May 22-June 30. Please call for hours. Videos of Gregson’s works can be found at CreativeArtsWorkshop.org/about-us/media.

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