A beautiful tribute to Lisa Alembik, Agnes Scott’s former Director of the Dalton Gallery. As an art student during her time with the college, I can attest to the huge impact the Dalton Gallery made on my thinking and art-making. Thank you Lisa!
The Department of Art and Art History is sad to say goodbye to our colleague and friend, Lisa Alembik who has left her position as Director of the Dalton Gallery to teach full time and pursue her personal art career. It’s impossible to convey in writing the rich contributions of Lisa’s  creative service. In her twelve-year tenure at Agnes Scott, Lisa was an indefatigable creative force in curating, programming, mentoring, community building, and educating. Through her profound skill and knowledge of the power of a visual experience, Lisa created inventive, provocative and culturally relevant exhibitions that acted as object lessons for Agnes Scott’s mission to “educate women to think deeply, live honorably and engage the intellectual and social challenges of their times.” Lisa received public critical acclaim for every professional exhibition she produced in the Dalton Gallery.
In her curatorial practice, Lisa creates multiple dialogues that provide accessible entry…
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