Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s Artists and Sense of Place Residency presents opportunities for students in grades 2-5 to explore their environment and relationship to the region with a local artist with the goals of improving critical thinking skills, encouraging self-discovery, promoting a new understanding of their world and instilling a connection to the Museum.
Part of Ogden Museum’s Artists and Sense of Place Residency Program, Second Time, Second Line Recycling Project features mixed media artist Jacqueline Ehle-Inglefield working with Young Audience Charter School students to introduce new art-making techniques, explore their region and raise awareness about why recycling is important to the environment. The exhibition highlights the work Ehle-Inglefield and the students completed throughout the three-week residency.
This exhibition presented by Cox Communications.Learn more about the residency
Mixed media artist Jacqueline Ehle-Inglefield received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking in 1992 from Virginia Commonwealth University. In 2014, Ms. Inglefield returned to her native New Orleans to advance her work in sculpting from non-traditional materials and found objects and, in 2015, was a featured artist in the Louisiana Contemporaries exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Employing repurposed plastic as the primary medium, Inglefield calls attention to the effect of man-made waste on the ecology of New Orleans waterways. Her works are held in several private collections.
Images courtesy of Jeff Strout.