“Replication: Molds & Meaning” at KCAI Crossroads

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Photograph by Archive Collective

Sophomore instructor Casey Whittier’s elective course, Replication: Molds & Meaning, has a show on view at the KCAI Crossroads Gallery: Center for Contemporary Practice. The exhibition features works created by students in Casey’s class through the process of mold-making (Astrid Blurr, Kathryn Cook, Bailey Glass, Hannah Kaplan, Salacia Loe, Zoa Smalley, Damien Spader) as well as photographs by the Archive Collective (Briana Bosworth, Brandon Forrest Frederick, Casey Holden, Megan Pobywajlo, Alec Smith, Max Wagner) and drawings by University of Kansas students (Jordan Alonzo, Dahne Chen, Reece Dickson, Jordan Graves, Millie Jones, Conan Lee, Erika Morgan, Sterling Reynolds, Katelynn Schultz, Michaela Theis, Rachel Wakefield, Kelsey Willits, Jeffrey Xu).

The show is up through December 2, with public hours as following: 12-5 PM Tuesday-Friday, by appointment Saturday, 6-8 PM First Fridays.

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