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This article is a part of the the Fall 2011 Joke Issue: Real Housewives of 34th Street.
Sure, botox removed years from that wrinkly old face of yours, but when it comes to facial expressions, versatility is key.
Featuring: Tenaya Anue, Becky Bailey, Jillian Blackwell, Lynda Diane Brody, Alex Goree, Alexander Hovnanian, Connie Ko, Weiren Liu, Sayra López, Quintin Marcus, Amanda Murphy, Claire Niebergall, Jesse Rappaport, Alex Remnick, Sarah Shults, Elise Wrabetz, Allison Zuckerman
Where: Charles Fine Arts Gallery
When: Now through December 8
Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday 10am-5pm
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Name and Year: Quintin Marcus, 2012
Major: Fine Arts, Concentration in Communicative Design
Medium of Choice: Anything I need to create what’s in my head
Street: How did you get started in graphic design?
Quintin Marcus: When I came to Penn, majoring in Fine Arts was the furthest thing from my mind.
Name and Year: Kelsey Halliday Johnson
Hometown: Haddonfield, NJ
Degree: Masters in Fine Arts (interdisciplinary) and certificate in Landscape Studies
Medium of Choice: Photography, Drawing, Painting
*Kelsey is teaching Photo I in the spring.*
Street: You say most of your work is “place_oriented.” What does that mean to you, and what are some examples of projects?
Kelsey Halliday Johnson: Each body of work I make situates itself within a given site (historical or literal) and becomes a kind of investigation of the cultural or social histories that lie within the landscape or particular place.
I entered my undergraduate degree planning to major in geosciences, so the physical environment has always been a sincere interest of mine.