SUNY Empire State College Teaching Gallery Presents: The Penciling and Sequential Art of Tyson Reed
By Judith Belt-Smith, graduate student, School for Graduate Studies
June 13, 2013
The Teaching Gallery at 111 West Ave. Saratoga Springs, NY is pleased to present a graphic novel exhibition by Empire State College Student Tyson Reed. The exhibit is based upon Reed's personal interpretation of George Macdonald’s novel, Lilith, written in 1895. Reed’s love for comic books, graphic novels and sequential art is the inspiration behind the exhibit. The exhibition runs through June 30.
Reed graduated from Adirondack Community College in 2008 with an associate degree in communication and media arts. His current concentration is in graphic design and he is projected to graduate in 2013.
The exhibit is curated by Judith Belt-Smith, who holds a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in curatorial practice and museum studies from Empire State College and is a current MALS student in the graduate school with a concentration in museum education.
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