Revive with new DAC exhibit

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Revive with new DAC exhibit

DAC gallery transformed into quirky playground
Ammon Swofford reaches over Ann Stringfellow to make sounds with the springs hanging from the ceiling in the Barbara Conrad Gallery at the Durango Arts Center. Hands-on participation is encouraged for “Foreign Spaces” in Joan Russell and Sandra Butler’s art exhibit.
Sandra Butler, left, and Joan Russell explain how they got the idea for “Foreign Spaces,” their joint installation at the Durango Arts Center that will remain on display through Feb. 25. They believe in “activating spaces” to make an area fun.
Fiona Chandler plays with the large metal springs that hang from the ceiling in the Barbara Conrad Gallery at the Durango Arts Center. The springs create different sounds, adding an aural element to “Foreign Spaces.”

Revive with new DAC exhibit

Ammon Swofford reaches over Ann Stringfellow to make sounds with the springs hanging from the ceiling in the Barbara Conrad Gallery at the Durango Arts Center. Hands-on participation is encouraged for “Foreign Spaces” in Joan Russell and Sandra Butler’s art exhibit.
Sandra Butler, left, and Joan Russell explain how they got the idea for “Foreign Spaces,” their joint installation at the Durango Arts Center that will remain on display through Feb. 25. They believe in “activating spaces” to make an area fun.
Fiona Chandler plays with the large metal springs that hang from the ceiling in the Barbara Conrad Gallery at the Durango Arts Center. The springs create different sounds, adding an aural element to “Foreign Spaces.”
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“Foreign Spaces,” an installation by Sandra Butler and Joan Russell, through Feb. 25 at the Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, visit www.durangoarts.org, or call 259-2606.

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