If you’re on the Jersey Shore this Winter, stop in the Noyes Museum of Art in Oceanville, New Jersey. An exhibition called “Alice: Into the Looking Glass” is running from February 3rd thru May 20th. The show is described thusly:
A diverse selection of works range from illustrations based closely on Carroll’s text, to works which allude more subtly to the original story, offering new and sometimes challenging interpretations. Imagery relates to the multitude of themes found in Carroll’s stories. Conflict, identity, fear, language and perception are expressed in 2 and 3 dimensional works.
There’s also a panel discussion coming up there called “Lewis Carroll and the Alice in Wonderland Stories,” Tuesday, March 20 at 2:30pm.
Our photos were taken by an LCSNA member – if anyone has attributions for the artists, please put them in the comments & we will append!
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“The Clintons” is by the LCSNA’s own Dallas Piotrowski.
One of the discussants on March 20 will August Imholtz, another member.
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