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ELIZABETH HUEY IN THE PALISADES POST
The Archer School for Girls’ intimate, student-run Eastern Star Gallery hosted an opening for artist Elizabeth Huey on Oct. 24, displaying her new exhibition “The Source.”
Huey created “Maypole,” a piece that connects drawings, paintings and photographs with ribbon, after visiting Archer and seeing the school’s own ribbon-strung maypole—set up on the front lawn as part of a spring tradition that marks the end of each school year with a colorful maypole dance.
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Students from the Art Gallery Management and Design class at the Archer School for Girls prepare for an art gallery show called “#Three.” “You never know. One of these girls might be the next Ann Philbin,” said gallerist Peter Fetterman, referring to the director of the Hammer Museum. Fetterman, whose daughter is an Archer School graduate, lent photographs from his book “Woman: A Celebration” for a 2008 show at the school gallery.
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