Imboden Area Charter School students visited the Bradbury Art Museum at ASU this week. A group of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students taught by Megan Carey toured the museum.
The exhibit called LEGENDS is on comic books and storytelling.

JONESBORO – “LEGENDS: An Exploration of Contemporary Storytelling from Frame to Experience” is currently running at Bradbury Art Museum (BAM) at Arkansas State University. The museum features modern and contemporary art and is free to the public.
The exhibition utilizes comics as a jumping off point for a dialogue about storytelling through contemporary art-making processes. Featuring both legends in the field as well as popular legends from contemporary culture, LEGENDS seeks to explore storytelling and image making as an art form. For the installation, BAM is collaborating with Dr. Randy Duncan of Henderson State University who is the Director of The Center for Comics Studies and author of The Power of Comics.
BAM is open Tuesday – Saturday from 12:00 to 5:00. Private and group tours can also be arranged with advance notice. LEGENDS runs through December 8th.

BAM is in Fowler Center, 201 Olympic Dr. Admission to the reception and exhibition is free.

Due to the pandemic, the museum will have a limited capacity of 60 visitors, and walk-in groups may not exceed 10 people. Groups larger than 10 should call ahead for a reservation.
BAM staff will be wearing face coverings and taking other steps to help ensure a safe experience. Guests also are required to wear face coverings and maintain a distance of six feet from other guests.

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