Imagined Spaces art exhibition opens In Statesboro

Brendan Ward

The Imagined Spaces art exhibition opened last Friday and features art by Georgia Southern University undergraduates.

GS students featured in the exhibition are Eleanor Ferrara, Carter Jackson, Emily Oren, Kimberly Page, Ray Petite, Allyson Schuman and Virginia Skinner. The show was curated by Chloe Coulibaly.

“Imagined Spaces is something I think everyone can relate to,” Allyson Schuman, senior 2D studio art major, said. “In the today’s age I think we all have at least a small part of us that likes to dream and imagine things existing in a different or fantastical way.”

The exhibition features artwork depicting both real and fantastical spaces, as well as both digital and traditional works of art.

Chloe Coulibaly, senior 2D studio art major and curator of Imagined Spaces, encourages students to see the exhibition.

“[Students should go] to show support for our talented Georgia Southern artists and see great art,” said Coulibaly.

The exhibition is being held in the Legends Gallery of the Averitt Arts Center located in downtown Statesboro at 33 E Main St. and will run from Feb. 3 to Feb. 27.