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Galleries plan fall exhibitions

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(Top photo) Thompson’s print, “Anti-Contamination Clothing in Suiting Room, Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant,” is part of his “Incendiary Iconography: the legacy of the Cold War in America” exhibit. (Bottom photo) Wolske’s “Note to Self No. 1” is a letterpress created in 2009.

David Wolske, an award-winning designer, typographer and artist, and A.W. Thompson, the director of the School of Communications at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, will share their works with the Louisiana Tech community in the coming weeks.

Both artists will have exhibits from Tuesday to Oct. 9 in Tech’s School of Art galleries. Wolske will give an artist lecture at 4 p.m. on the opening date in the galleries, which will be followed by a reception at 5 p.m. His exhibit, “Subverting Vernacular,” will be displayed in the Bellocq Gallery, and A.W. Thompson’s “Incendiary Iconography: the legacy of the Cold War in America” will be available for viewing in the Main Gallery.

Wolske is the creative director for the Book Arts Program and Red Butte Press at the J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah.

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