Come to the Ackland Museum Store on Franklin Street on Friday, April 1, @3:45 p.m. for matcha lattes and a look at fellow Phillips Ambassador Juliana Powell’s tiny gallery, “Mireba Miruhodo.”
Mireba Miruhodo, a Polaroid Gallery at the Ackland Museum Store
Friday, April 1, 2016, 3:45 p.m.
Phillips Ambassador Juliana Powell studied abroad in spring 2015 at Keio University in Tokyo. While in Japan, Juliana captured tiny Polaroid images of Japanese life and landscapes in the Kanto region. She returned to Chapel Hill with a collection of images which she titled “Mireba Miruhodo,” and translates from Japanese to, “the more I look, the more…” Juliana’s intention with the photographs was to encourage the viewer to look more closely at the subject of each image, something she feels the selected-medium – a tiny gallery of Polaroids – facilitates. “Mireba Miruhodo” was on display for two months at the Ackland Museum Store on Franklin Street, and will conclude on April 1 with a public reception where she will speak briefly about the collection of photographs at 4 p.m.
Juliana is an Asian studies major with speech & hearing sciences and chemistry double minor.
Come out and enjoy a matcha latte and support a fellow Phillips Ambassador on Friday at the Ackland Museum Store on Franklin Street.