Not afraid to choose sides

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Not afraid to choose sides

Pa. artist leans left in Art Library exhibit
Joan Iversen Goswell’s accordion book is a scathing critique of a heavy-handed federal government. The book is part of Goswell’s “Politics & Other Diversions” exhibit in the Art Library at the Durango Arts Center.
“Poems” is a collection of writings by prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. It’s one of nine individual and heavily political displays in Joan Iversen Goswell’s “Politics & Other Diversions” exhibit in the Art Library at Durango Arts Center.
Joan Iversen Goswell’s “Politics & Other Diversions” includes an “Environmental Book,” which incorporates a plastic “Danger” flag, a grain bag, wire and tin skeletons.
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“Politics & Other Diversions: Satirical works on political and societal issues” by Joan Iversen Goswell, through August in the Art Library at Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave. Library hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday

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Not afraid to choose sides

Joan Iversen Goswell’s accordion book is a scathing critique of a heavy-handed federal government. The book is part of Goswell’s “Politics & Other Diversions” exhibit in the Art Library at the Durango Arts Center.
“Poems” is a collection of writings by prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. It’s one of nine individual and heavily political displays in Joan Iversen Goswell’s “Politics & Other Diversions” exhibit in the Art Library at Durango Arts Center.
Joan Iversen Goswell’s “Politics & Other Diversions” includes an “Environmental Book,” which incorporates a plastic “Danger” flag, a grain bag, wire and tin skeletons.
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