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Sep. 23, 2021

Elizabeth Turk ’83’s Look Up Exhibition Comes to Scripps

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Sep. 14, 2021

In the Media: Claremont Courier Previews Look Up: In Three Acts

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Aug. 19, 2021

In the Media: Elizabeth Turk ’83’s “Look Up” Exhibition Highlighted in Daily Bulletin

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September 23, 2021

Elizabeth Turk ’83’s Look Up Exhibition Comes to Scripps

Visual artist, MacArthur Fellow, and Scripps alumna Elizabeth Turk ’83 hosted her three-act Look Up exhibition on Scripps’ campus from September 7 to September 18.

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September 14, 2021

In the Media: Claremont Courier Previews Look Up: In Three Acts

The Claremont Courier previewed Look Up: In Three Acts, an exhibition by artist and MacArthur “genius” grant recipient Elizabeth Turk ’83 that will take place at Scripps College this month.

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August 19, 2021

In the Media: Elizabeth Turk ’83’s “Look Up” Exhibition Highlighted in Daily Bulletin

Sculptor, visual artist, and MacArthur Foundation “genius” grant recipient Elizabeth Turk ’83’s exhibition, “Look Up,” was highlighted in the Daily Bulletin.

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July 29, 2021

Elizabeth Turk ’83’s Immersive “Look Up” Exhibition on Display at Claremont Museum of Art

Elizabeth Turk ’83, recipient of a 2010 MacArthur Fellowship, is exhibiting her latest work, “Look Up,” at the Claremont Museum of Art.

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November 23, 2020

In the Media: New York Times Highlights Artist Elizabeth Turk ’83’s Collaboration with Local Elders

The New York Times featured Elizabeth Turk ’83’s new moving-art installation, “Project: Look Up,” a collaboration with residents of the Mt. San Antonio Gardens retirement community. “Plunging into this project has just been an act of grace because it’s kept me optimistic,” she said.

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July 9, 2019

In the Media: Forbes Highlights the Environmental Artwork of Elizabeth Turk ’83

Forbes highlighted Elizabeth Turk ’83’s exhibition The Tipping Point Project, on display at the Catalina Island Museum through March 2020.

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July 18, 2018

Research and Internships: The Art and Science of Art Conservation

In 2004, inspired by the Scripps Landscape and Architectural Blueprint Committee’s recommendation to preserve the historic character of the campus, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery Director Mary MacNaughton ’70 spearheaded a massive restoration of the eight relief sculptures that adorn the exterior walls of Sycamore Court and Balch Hall, each depicting a seminal scene from eight of William Shakespeare’s plays. Created in 1932 by British-born American sculptor John Gregory, these plaster reliefs were models for marble sculptures that grace the exterior of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. To undertake this massive project, MacNaughton hired expert Donna Williams, head of Williamson Conservation, in Los Angeles.

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