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Past Events

April - 2024


Trajectories can be a chosen pathway or a result of fate. The trajectory or creative ark of an artists' work will vary from artist to artist, influenced by age, life experience, world view and chosen mediums. The show "Trajectories" will explore the chosen or fated artistic pathways of four women, each artist at a different point in their creative journeys. Each on a different trajectory on their own ark.


Rebecca M. Casement

Rebecca Casement is a multimedia visual artist, curator, and educator that creates affective abstract sculptures and installations using ceramics, mixed media, sound, and textiles. Raised in rural Michigan, she cultivated a creative experimentation with materials and making that has carried into her art practice. She has been interviewed by several online art blogs and publications including Synthetic Meatball, All She Makes, The Purposeful Mayonnaise, Visionary Art Collective, and Studio Break Podcast.  She was awarded the Glen Arbor Arts Center Artist in Residence and her work has been included in numerous solo, small group, national and international exhibitions including HMVC New York Gallery and Woman Made gallery in Chicago. 


Laurén Gerig is a visual artist living in Lansing, Michigan. Her work has been included in several solo, small group, and national juried exhibitions, including solo shows at the Schmidt Art Center at Southwestern Illinois College, the Sarratt Gallery at Vanderbilt University, James May Gallery in Milwaukee. She is currently preparing for two solo exhibitions this Fall at ArtLink Contemporary in Fort Wayne, IN, and at the University of Arkansas Fayetteville. She has been interviewed and featured in Create! Magazine, CandyFloss Magazine as well as numerous online art blogs. Beyond creating, Laurén has organized and co-curated exhibitions at Scene Metrospace and Lowell Arts Center and has written articles for The Arts To Hearts Project. Laurén is the Interim Outreach Coordinator and Assistant Professor in the Department of Art, Art History, and Design at Michigan State University.

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Kelly Curl is a mixed media artist and painter in Lansing, Michigan. Her work focuses on sustainability and upcycling found materials. She makes recycled-paper clay from deteriorating books and revitalizes thrifted quote panels into wire-hung shadow boxes. With recycled-paper clay as the foundation, she sculpts surreal landscapes and zones of meditation. Plastic waste and repurposed items are thoughtfully arranged and embedded into the clay, making intricately
jeweled one-of-a-kind pieces.Struk Studio’s Trajectories show is Curl’s first time exhibiting her art since high school. She has been working in special education for ten years while doing art on the side. The next event Kelly Curl will be participating in is ScrapFest 14.

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Sharon Glasgow is a lifelong artist and Michigan resident. A former interior designer, she now devotes herself full-time to her art. Her primary focus is abstract painting, working mainly with acrylic on paper and canvas. Her artwork has been featured in art galleries, hotels, restaurants, shows, coffee houses throughout Michigan and Chicago.

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