Salt Lake Community College

'Reciprocity' Gallery Exhibition

'Reciprocity' is Alison Neville's series of miniature diorama's detailing human's peculiar relationship to our fellow fauna. Each miniature diorama represents a different situation based on real events. For example, one piece shows our effort to protect Sudan, the rhinoceros, the last male of his sub-species, from poachers which will starkly contrast another diorama portraying the Tsavo Man-Eater lions of 1898 that consumed at least 28 men working on the Kenya-Uganda Railway. Each of the pieces are meant to play a tug-o-war between our efforts to conserve and survive. 

Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 7:00am to 10:00pm

George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Gallery, Center for Arts & Media. South City Campus 1575 S State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Event Type

Art Gallery

Campus Location

South City Campus

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Jose 4/26/2019

Fantastic exhibition. I can't wait to join it.

Alvin Alvin

Alvin Alvin 4/11/2019

I've seen some of Alison Neville's works and it's really amazing. I hope this 'Reciprocity' is great too.

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie 1/24/2019

I heard a lot about the Reciprocity Gallery Exhibition . And finally, I got the chance to visit it. It is a precious one. The history is something unchangeable. Without that history nothing is possible. The view is amazing; I can’t explain the feeling in my words.