Restoring a past charting a future
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April 25, 2012    Norwalkplus.com

Mystic Seaport teams with Dalvero Academy to host “Restoring a Past, Charting a Future”

Mystic, CT - Mystic Seaport, in conjunction with the artists of the New York-based Dalvero Academy, will open a new exhibit, “Restoring a Past, Charting a Future: An Artistic Discovery of America's Whaling Legacy by Dalvero Academy,” Saturday, April 28, 2012.

The exhibit is an artistic interpretation of the restoration of the last wooden whaleship in the world, the harles W. Morgan. Utilizing numerous mediums, including ink, watercolor, pastel, charcoal, sculpture, photography, and embroidery, twenty-four of the Academy's artists have created a remarkable exhibit that reflects the inspiration found within the Morgan and Mystic Seaport.

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April, 2012    Mystic Seaport

Exhibit Opens April 28, 2012 Stillman Building, 2nd Floor
Mystic Seaport, together with Dalvero Academy, is proud to present "Restoring a Past, Charting a Future: An Artistic Discovery of America's Whaling Legacy by Dalvero Academy," a ground-breaking, artistic interpretation of the restoration of the last wooden whaleship in the world, the Charles W. Morgan.

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March, 2012    Mystic Seaport, Letter from the President

On April 28, we will open a joint exhibit with the artists of the Dalvero Academy. Last year we invited them to come onto the grounds, see the Charles W. Morgan, and interpret her in a purely artistic - and individual - way. The results are exciting and we can't wait to see the final exhibit installed in the Stillman Building.

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March, 2012    Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce

“Restoring a Past, Charting a Future,” Opens April 28
An exhibit developed in partnership with Brooklyn’s Dalvero Academy, “Restoring a Past, Charting a Future,” invited academy artists to Mystic Seaport to experience the Charles W. Morgan and interpret America’s whaling legacy through their art.

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August 16, 2010    nytimes.com

“We get layer upon layer of information,” he said. The least technical of the methods centers on a group of young artists who are sketching the various stages of the  Morgan’s disassembly and repair. “It”s great to see it through their eyes,” Mr. Snediker said.”

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ARTIST'S PROFILES. Click on name to view
Michele Bedigian
Audrey Hawkins
Veronica Lawlor
Nathaniel Miller
Dominick Santise
Susan Buroker
La Benida Hui
Rosa Lee
Kati Nawrocki
Jeanette Simmons
Alexander Charner
Margaret Hurst
Si-Yeon Lee
Eddie Peña
Julia Sverchuk
Sara Dilliplane
April Kelly
William Martin
Laura Vila Rawson
Evan Turk
Christine Foltzer
Jennifer Kiamzon
Danielle C. McManus
Todd Rawson
All work © 2012 the individual artists of the Dalvero Academy