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Daniel George and Raluca Iancu Exhibit Artwork at Sinclair Community College

The Sinclair Community College Art Department is pleased to present work by Daniel George and Raluca Iancu in the Burnell R. Roberts Triangle Gallery and Works on Paper Gallery.

Trigger Trash is a photographic series where George collects and documents found items on federally owned public lands in Idaho where it’s legal to recreationally shoot but unlawful to leave any debris. His work seeks to understand how these targets characterize individuals, relate an attitude of rebelliousness that aligns with a mythologized view of the American West, and represent a culture of violence inexorably linked to firearm use.

Iancu’s Roadside Attractions explores disaster, memory, and vulnerability through a wide variety of media. Questioning the ways our society looks at catastrophes and how we deal with the aftermath, Iancu considers technology, the media, and our separation from events as we consume tragedy through our screens or windshields.

There will be a virtual artist talk via zoom on July 27, 2023, at 12pm. Visit for details.

The exhibitions will be on display from June 22–August 5, 2023. Galleries are located on the fourth floor of building 13 (located at West Fifth and Perry Streets). The galleries are free and open to the public from 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Monday–Friday and 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Saturdays. 


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Raluca Iancu - Fox - Needle Felting & Swarovski Crystals