Craftivism, Needles for Change
Exhibit in the Knauer Gallery February 27th 2023 through April 10th, 2023 This multi-media exhibit featured works from WCU students, artists from Philadelphia and from contributors as far away as Australia. Craftivism is the art of using craft (usually needle work) to express and to protest social issues. This exhibit was enhanced with a presentation by an expert on Craftivism who presented a needle-punching workshop and demonstration.
The Quilt; piecing together family, history, and love.
Sock Monkey Quilt by Deborah L. Pederson
On display from October 25 through December 12, 2021 in the John H. Baker Gallery in the E. O. Bull Center for the Arts, WCUPA. No longer seen solely as an object of warmth and protection, quilts are a tactile and powerful reminder of our history. Quilts have become works of art and their makers are artists. Quilts tell a story, capture a moment and connect us to each other. The quilts on display have a story to tell or hold a special memory. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, these artifacts explore the relationship of quilts to family, history, and comfort. Curated by Constance Case. Textile Artists: Janice Bradley, Amy Eckert, Doris Field, Deborah L. Pederson, Sickora Family, Ellen Seiger Krammes, Megan Ramer, Roma Bretz Sieger, Gail C. Thorwart a.k.a. Mammy, and the Amish Quilters of Perry County, PA
September 7 through October 8, 2021, production elements created for the original production of Carnival of Ruin will be on display at the Chester County Art Association. (CCAA) Conceived, created, produced and executed by Constance Case, Gretchen Studlien-Webb, and maria urrutia. Scenic Design and collaboration by Martin Dallago.
The Art of Design, Building the Character
In January of 2016 I curated a costume exhibit in the John H. Baker Gallery in West Chester, Pennsylvania. The purpose of this exhibit was to show the correlation between the elements and principles of design and the character that is presented to the audience through the costume. This exhibit represented the work of five talented costume designers while exploring how design choices consciously and subconsciously indicate who the wearer is.
Graphic Design David Jones
Photography Constance Case
The Carnival of Ruin art installation at WCUPA.
March 22 through the 26th, 2021 the John H. Baker Gallery will host an exhibit of the production elements created for the original production of Carnival of Ruin. Conceived and Created by Constance Case, Gretchen Studlien-Webb, and maria urrutia.
Scenic Design and collaboration by Martin Dallago.
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The Art of Design
Series of exhibits to showcase the talent of the senior technical students in the undergraduate theatre program at Muhlenberg College in 2011 and 2012.
In 2013, I also curated an exhibit of six professional costume designer's work presented in the Galleria of the Baker Center for the Arts
Poster Designs by Scott Snyder