Oblinger’s Work Exhibited in Indiana

Mollie OblingerMollie Oblinger, assistant professor in the Ripon College department of art and art history, as well as director of the College’s Caestecker Gallery had her work added in June to “Sightlines” a collaborative exhibition between the Century Center and the South Bend Museum of Art featuring large artworks created by selected artists from the region.

All artworks in the exhibition are located in or outside of the Century Center, highlighting both the artworks themselves, but also the voluminous space and distant lines of sight that are available inside of the building. The work will be on display until May 10, 2015.

Learn more about the exhibit here: http://www.southbendart.org/see/sightline.


To visit Mollie Oblinger’s professional website click here.

Click here to learn more about the Art Department at Ripon College.

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