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Jen P. Harris closes exhibit and launches catalog


Jen P. Harris: Closing Reception and Catalog Launch

Legion Arts CSPS Hall — Sunday, July 3 at 2 p.m.

Jen P. Harris - Ghost Prairie
Detail from Jen P. Harris’ ‘Ghost Prairie’ — photo courtesy Legion Arts

Iowa City-based artist Jen P. Harris closes out her exhibit at CSPS Hall in Cedar Rapids this Sunday with a reception, an artist’s talk and a newly published catalog.

The event runs from 2–4 p.m. Harris, who’s work has been on display in the gallery since April 7, will speak at 3 p.m. Wine and snacks will be served.

The catalog, designed by Haynes Riley, consists of essays and images images of work by Harris, Anya Ventura and Sarah Falkner. For those unable to attend the reception, the catalog is also available online for $20 ($15 currently; on sale).

Harris holds a BA in Studio Art from Yale University and an MFA from Queens College CUNY. She is the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, a Virginia Center for the Creative Arts Residency and Puffin Grant.


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