Gurney Journey: Enchanted Exhibition in Tennessee

ByMary E. Alvarez

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The Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, Tennessee is demonstrating a fantasy artwork exhibition, and it really is turning out to be a good results. 

Chief Curator Nandini Makrandi claims: “The exhibition has gone particularly well, with larger sized than normal attendance for us. It is been genuinely entertaining to see all people enjoying on their own in the galleries.”

Cara McGowan, Director of Promoting & Communications, says the reaction has been “overwhelmingly good. Visitation has been powerful, with loads of to start with-time friends (or all those who haven’t been to the museum in a although) coming to see the exhibition.”

Adera Causey, Curator of Training, states the museum has produced heaps of systems for adults and children related to the exhibition. She says: “our summer time campers have been delighted by it and it has encouraged lots of monster-, dragon-, sword-, and fairy-themed art functions by our campers.” She claims that the clearly show has brought in heaps of new attendees, but also has aided existing audiences see the museum in new methods, as well.

Enchanted: The History of Fantasy Illustration” will be at the Hunter Museum via September 5, after which it travels to Flint, Michigan. The first curator and organizer of the touring exhibit is Jesse Kowalski of the Norman Rockwell Museum. 


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