Art takes flight | Albright Reporter

Joyce Arons lithograph, Flight 46
Joyce Arons, Frame 46, 1979, Lithograph 101/250, 29”x23”

Hold on to your goggles as alumna Makenzie Witter ’15 chronicles the history of aviation through art in her curated exhibit “Flying High, Airplanes in Art from the Permanent Collection.”

Witter, an Albright arts administration graduate and now the education and public programs manager at the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum in Hammondsport, N.Y, curated the popular show for Albright’s Freedman Gallery before taking it on the road, marking the first time a touring show has been based on an Albright collection.
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