Archive for the ‘20/20 Vision: The Exhibit’ Category

Opening Night

June 8, 2011

From Friday’s opening reception of 20/20 Vision: Travels Along America’s Accidental Highway at the Carnegie Center in New Albany, Indiana.

They came:

They saw:

They listened:

And we enjoyed.

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It’s Show Time!

June 3, 2011

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Seneca, New York

The end of one road, at least: 20/20 Vision: Travels Along America’s Accidental Highway opens tonight at the Carnegie Center!

One Week Until the Opening!

May 26, 2011


20/20 Vision: Travels Along America’s Accidental Highway is becoming a reality! A cool new banner hanging from the entrance of the Carnegie Center for Art and History even says so.

Jan recently delivered the photos to the Carnegie Center in New Albany, Indiana, where she got an early look at the gallery space. Everyone involved is excited and looking forward to the opening next Friday, June 3.

All told, this project was decades in the making. Now it’s just a matter of days before it comes together for all to enjoy.

We’ve Got a Gallery Show!

May 13, 2011

20/20 Vision:

Travels Along America’s Accidental Highway

Photography by Jan Albers and Karen Titus

June 3-July 16, 2011

Carnegie Center for Art & History
201 East Spring Street
New Albany, Indiana

Opening reception | Friday, June 3 | 6-8 pm
Gallery Talk with the photographers | Saturday, June 4 | 10:30-11:30 am


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