Full Circle: Back to our roots, upcycled art exhibition

Collage from the Full Circle art exhibit

The exhibition was organized and curated by members of the Cornell College of Human Ecology’s Green Ambassadors: Madjabi Castrejon, Katarina Goodge and Karen Steffy. 

The Green Ambassadors puts out a call for art to Cornell students, faculty and staff, as well as to the local community for the annual upcycle/recycle exhibit early in the early spring 2020.

They received a wonderful, eclectic mix of pieces that interpret each designer’s interpretation of Full Circle: Back to our Roots.

The exhibit was scheduled to open on March 18th.  With Cornell closing on March 22 due to COVID-19, the team rushed to install the exhibit, anyway.  It remains in the Jill Stuart Gallery, giving some sense of normalcy to those essential workers in the Human Ecology Building.

Photo credit: Katarina Goodge

Cremaster art work

CREMASTER by Laura Robert

Three items from the exhibit

From left to right: Out of Sight, Out of Mind by Katarina Goodge; Western Style Sakiori by Mary Miller; Collision, 2020 by Lynda May Xepoleas.

three items from the exhibit

From left to right: T Shirt Rug (on chair) and Towel Bath Mat (hanging) by Sherry Haefele; “Throwback” Pillow by Corinna Loeckenhoff; Bags by Marc Miller.

Three Full circle exhibit items

From left to right: Recycled Denim Beach Blanket, Recycled Denim Bag, Recycled Denim Pillow by Deb Surine.

Three items from the Full Circle exhibit

From left to right: Avaritia by Margaret Dunne; Taxidermy by Rachel Rohwer; FASHION DRAPING by FSAD 2640 class, Spring ‘20.

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