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Lane Last to discuss current art exhibit


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MARTIN, Tenn. – Lane Last, professor of art at the University of Tennessee at Martin, will discuss his Hal and Alma Reagan Faculty Leave project, titled “Stone between Earth and Sky,” at 7 p.m., April 11, in UT Martin’s J. Houston Gordon Museum, located inside the Paul Meek Library.

Last’s presentation will focus on his photography and Hirosaki City, Japan, where the photographs currently on display were taken. His trip to Hirosaki City in fall 2014 served as inspiration for the photographs and stereoscopic images that comprise the exhibit he assembled in spring 2016.

“My leave project developed out of an idea I had upon returning stateside to turn a selection of the pictures I took into 3D-like form to share a more vivid experience. I recommend that people go look at the stereoscopic images – there are two sets of 20 cards and viewers – at the library during a quiet time of their day and let the pictures tell the story,” said Last.

Community members can view this exhibit from 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., weekdays, now through April 20 in UT Martin’s J. Houston Gordon Museum. The exhibit is free and open to the public. Parking permits for visitors are available at no cost from the Paul Meek Library Circulation desk staff.

For more information, contact the J. Houston Gordon Museum at 731-881-7464 or by email at


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