UND student Kathryn Fink’s fine arts exhibit, ‘The Dress,’ to delve into topics such as grief, death, sex and gender
College of Arts & Sciences
What: University of North Dakota student fine arts exhibit --“The Dress”
Who: Kathryn Fink, UND fine arts student
When: 5-8 p.m., Thursday, July 30
Where: HB Sound & Light, 101 N. Eighth St., in Grand Forks
Background: ‘”The Dress” is a UND student-produced exhibit that serves as a platform for individuals to share their stories, artifacts and memories through a common object—the dress. Each dress in the exhibit will be paired with a digital video to help tell the story behind the dress, covering topics such as grief, death, sex and gender, racial discrimination and sexual assault. The intent of the project is to explore diversity among people, share their stories, as well as aid the viewer in empathizing with the human experiences.
The exhibit will be free and open to the public.
Halvorson, Amy, "UND student Kathryn Fink’s fine arts exhibit, ‘The Dress,’ to delve into topics such as grief, death, sex and gender" (2015). UND News Archive. 1032.