Get your "Passport to Happiness" with the MTSU Department of Art

Get your "Passport to Happiness" with the MTSU Department of Art  | rittany Gardner, LeAnne Hannington, Bailey Ingram, Ciara Knight, Whitney Proper, Kaitlyn Roberts, William Tucker Webb,Debrah Sickler-Voigt,Denmark,Anna Trolles Schoolchildren,Norway,Svolvær SchoolchildrenMTSU News, MTSU art, Murfreesboro Art, art

The MTSU Department of Art is pleased to present, “Passport to Happiness,” July 22–August 15, 2014 with an opening reception Monday, July 21, 2014, 5–7 p.m. Experience multimedia artworks and artifacts created in Denmark, Norway, and America that focus on the theme of happiness and showcase why Scandinavians are the happiest people in the world.

Fashioned under the guidance of Dr. Debrah C. Sickler-Voigt and her Scandinavia Abroad Students, gallery visitors are encouraged to contemplate Scandinavia’s role in producing the world’s happiest people as they examine original works on display created by Scandinavian school children and MTSU students. The artistic creations will include inspiration from Scandinavian folklore, art history, and visual culture. As part of their gallery experience, visitors will identify the role of happiness in their own lives and how it shapes society’s overall well-being.

MTSU student participants include: Brittany Gardner, LeAnne Hannington, Bailey Ingram, Ciara Knight, Whitney Proper, Kaitlyn Roberts, William Tucker Webb, and Dr. Debrah Sickler-Voigt, with Denmark’s Anna Trolles Schoolchildren, and Norway’s Svolvær Schoolchildren.

The exhibit includes a special presentation of original works including hand carved trolls from the collection of Kent & Lynell Syler’s family and original Oleana sweaters and knitted goods.

Support for “Passport to Happiness,” provided by the MTSU Office of International Affairs, Todd Art Gallery, Anna Trolles Skole, Svolvær Skole, Nordnorsk Kunstnersenter, Oleana, MTSU College of Liberal Arts, and Kent and Lynell Syler.

Passport to Happiness—Come Join the Fun!

The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Gallery hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., closing only for state and federal holidays and exhibit installations.

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