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ART PREVIEW: The Rejuvenation of Betsy

ART PREVIEW: The Rejuvenation of Betsy

By Jeff Maisey Losses and Linkages is Betsy DiJulio’s first-ever solo show as a visual artist. It runs September 16 through October 21 at Norfolk Arts’ Offsite Gallery on the first floor of the World Trade Center building. The gallery describes the exhibit this way: “In this body of deeply metaphorical work, Betsy DiJulio shares

Feast Upon TCC Faculty Art Exhibition

By Betsy DiJulio   Like an all-you-can-eat buffet, large group exhibitions are nothing if not diverse, especially non-juried ones.  Some of the offerings are tantalizing, even if not everyone’s taste, some have broad popular appeal, and some are easy to walk past, if not consciously avoid. The current faculty exhibition at TCC is no different. 

Charlotte Potter: Fragile Cartography

By Betsy DiJulio  The only thing better than seeing a fine performance is seeing that performance and being invited backstage to meet the performers.  That’s how I felt when, due to conflicting publication deadlines and exhibition opening dates, I was invited to preview “Fragile Cartography” as work was being unpacked and arranged on tables and

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