ACHF Arts Access
I will create a new body of work to pursue solo exhibitions, portfolio reviews, and speaking engagements in Minnesota. The Hunters’ Widows success is measured by exhibiting at a Minnesota gallery, seeking out critiques from three local critics and applying to three professional opportunities, like Review Santa Fe. I will also present The Hunters’ Wives to two Minnesota high school classes.
Lacey Criswell created and installed an exhibit titled BOW that explored the changing relationship women have with hunting culture in rural Minnesota. Lacey Criswell determined the projects achieved outcome in three ways. For the exhibit in Park Rapids, Minnesota she tracked the head count at the exhibit opening. Then continued to track attendance through the store’s daily foot traffic records while BOW was exhibiting. Lacey also tracked daily web traffic on her personal website, Instagram, and Facebook pages when she was actively promoting BOW. Thirdly she had twelve high school students in attendance at her artist talk in Park Rapids, Minnesota.
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