Sterling College Assistant Professor Hanna Kozlowski-Slone was invited to participate in “Lost Horizon,” an international juried exhibition displaying art about history at Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was one of 14 artists chosen from a group of 273 artists who submitted work to be in the show. Kozlowski-Slone’s papercut, “Rummaging Through,” will be on display through Dec. 7.
“My family history has been an integral subject of my studio practice over the last several years as I have explored ways to visually convey the stories that have been imparted to me since childhood,” said Kozlowski-Slone. “I am delighted to have another opportunity to share this work with others and feel honored to be exhibiting at such a respected venue.”
“Lost Horizon” will feature artists from 11 states and three countries. The final group of artwork was selected from 626 entries from 41 states and 16 countries. The exhibit opened on Nov. 9. at Manifest. More information can be found at www.manifestgallery.org.