The exhibition is available at Illinois Wesleyan University Wakeley Gallery November 6 to December 11, 2015.
This event is a collaborative, interdisciplinary program, with School of Nursing, School of Art and Psychology department faculty involved in bringing the exhibit to campus and incorporating it into their courses.
The exhibition and catalogue are partially funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation as part of the IWU Re-centering the Humanities Project (linked in right sidebar).
William Utermohlen, Jonathan Green, Mignon A. Montpetit, Joanne Diaz, Wendy Kooken, Noel Kerr, Jean M. Kerr, Mark Criley, Kent Cook, and William Hudson
This book is published in conjunction with the exhibition Pursuing the Ephemeral, Painting the Enduring: Alzheimer’s and the Artwork of William Utermohlen, Exhibition and Scholarly Reflections presented at Illinois Wesleyan University Wakeley Gallery November 6 to December 11, 2015.
The exhibition and catalogue are partially funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
William Utermohlen’s work is represented by Chris Boïcos Fine Arts, Paris and Jennifer Norback Fine Arts, Chicago.
Jean M. Kerr
Choreography: Jean M. Kerr
Dancers: Heather Priedhorsky, Erica Werner
Music: Pat Metheny
Costumes: Jean M. Kerr
Lighting: Laura Gisondi
Camera Work: Carlos Medina, Nick Giambrone
Video and Sound Editing: Carlos Medina
Kent Cook and William Hudson
This version of the choreographed dance contains music performed by Drs. Kent Cook and William Hudson.
The Last invocation (1918) text by Walt Whitman
Into her keeping (1919) text by H.D. Lowry
What shall I your true love tell (1919) text by Francis Thompson
Bridge did not write these three songs as a set, but they are particularly poignant as each song expresses a range of intense emotions surely experienced during the long goodbye of Alzheimer's.
Ann Eckhardt, Amy Yeates, Wendy Kooken, and Noël Kerr
A powerpoint for a presentation given at the Illinois Wesleyan University Wakeley Gallery, November 18, 2015 as part of Pursuing the Ephemeral, Painting the Enduring: Alzheimer's and the Artwork of William Utermohlen, Exhibition and Scholarly Reflections.