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October 25, 2005

MEDIA CONTACT:  Adela de la Torre
(202) 994-6484; adelita@gwu.edu
University Art Galleries
(202) 994-1525


GW'S DIMOCK GALLERY PRESENTS: "FAITH HEALER: M.F.A. THESIS EXHIBITION FOR JACOB SMITH"
NOV. 1 -11

EVENT: 

The George Washington University's Dimock Gallery presents: "Faith Healer: M.F.A Thesis Exhibition for Artist Jacob Smith."

WHEN: 

Exhibition dates: Nov. 1 - Nov. 11
Reception with the artist: Thursday, Nov. 3, from 4 - 6 p.m.
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Thursday, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Friday, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

WHERE: 

The George Washington University
Dimock Gallery
Lisner Auditorium, Lower Level
730 21st Street, NW
Washington, D.C. (Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro, Blue and Orange lines)

COST:  

This exhibit is free and open to the public.

BACKGROUND:

"Faith Healer" consists of several small participatory installations illustrating the interplay of personal faith, therapy, and memory.  The artist explores the contrasting yet compatible roles of traditional religion, cultural practice, and psychology in dealing with trauma and loss. 

The George Washington University's Dimock Gallery provides a space on the GW campus for exhibitions curated by students of the department of fine arts and art history.   These exhibitions include graduate M.F.A. shows, undergraduate, and graduate student shows.  A "rolling" schedule of exhibitions more experimental in nature is organized by Department of Fine Arts and Art History graduate and undergraduate students.   

For more information on the Dimock Gallery and the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery please call GW's University Art Galleries at (202) 994-1525.
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