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Dawn Roe Takes Exhibition to Kentucky

Art alum Dawn Roe's video and photography installation, Goldfields, is on exhibit at The Clara M. Eagle Gallery at Murray State University in Kentucky through November 8, 2013.

In 2011, Roe served as artist-in-residence at The Visual Arts Centre of LaTrobe University in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. The photographs and video works presented in Goldfields serve as a record of her response to the surrounding bushlands.

Read about the inspiration behind Goldfields, in the artist's own words, on the Marylhurst University blog.

Dawn Roe earned a BFA in Art from Marylhurst University. She divides her time between Asheville, N.C. and Winter Park, Fla., where she serves as assistant professor of art at Rollins College.

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