First Friday at GreenHill Gallery and the City Arts Center. Local students had a stunning installation of figures made from clear packing tape – “We Have a Dream: The March on Washington Packing Tape Project.”

Description from

“African American Atelier Inc. – 200 N. Davie Street
In celebration of Black History Month, the Atelier will present an opening reception for the exhibit entitled, “We Have a Dream: The March on Washington Packing Tape Project”. The exhibition will be presented in collaboration with Guilford County Public Schools and will feature over 100 life sized packing tape sculptures that the students have created of protestors, simulating the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Guilford County art teachers are working with approximately 500 middle and high school students to create the art installation. The exhibition is coordinated by 10 Guilford County art teachers and curated by LeShari Clemons. The exhibit will be on display from February 7th-14th. Sponsored by ArtsGreensboro.”




The last two are from the Imprint exhibition in GreenHill – here is the link from their website as I have run out of time:


Mark Iwinski


April V. Flanders