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“A Deeper Look: Stories & Faces” Exhibit

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Friday, October 25, 2013 – A new exhibit of photography by TCC art instructors Alice Di Certo and Kyle Dillehay is up in The Gallery.

Exhibit Dates: Oct. 30 – Dec. 18, 2013.

Gallery Talk: Nov. 7, 11:45 a.m.

Alice Di Certo

Di Certo’s art tells the stories of children and young adults who have experienced bullying.

“When they see their own portraits, I hope each of these individuals see themselves the way I see them: brave, strong, smart, beautiful, and worthy of respect,” said Di Certo.

The photos are posted with the children’s stories. Di Certo notes that she did not interview everyone involved in the bullying incidents.

“What I have learned is, bullying can be about perception as well as ‘facts’ reported,” said Di Certo.

Kyle Dillehay

Dillehay photographed couples in which partners feel “opposite” to each other in some way. He posted the photos with each couple’s handwritten notes.

“The adage that opposites attract will be the emotional cornerstone for this project,” said Dillehay.

About The Gallery

  •          Bldg.  4 on TCC’s Tacoma campus
  •          Near the corner of 12th & Mildred (visitor’s parking available in lots F, G, and H.)
  •          Open noon – 5 p.m. M-F on days the college is open.

For more information, contact Gallery Coordinator Jennifer Olson Rudenko.

For additional information, please contact:
Rachel Payne
Communications Consultant
Phone: 253.460.4381


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