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LVC Reimagined

by Jay Anderson

This app provides a tour of the exhibit "LVC Reimagined," a project of the Suzanne H

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What is it about?

This app provides a tour of the exhibit "LVC Reimagined," a project of the Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery at Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA. Seven student, alumni and faculty projects are presented, with audio narrative by the artists. In the Arnold Gallery, the app will sense the visitor's presence and location relative to one of the seven projects and invite her to view that project.

App Details

Version
1.2
Rating
NA
Size
90Mb
Genre
Education
Last updated
April 14, 2016
Release date
March 12, 2016
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This app provides a tour of the exhibit "LVC Reimagined," a project of the Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery at Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA. Seven student, alumni and faculty projects are presented, with audio narrative by the artists. In the Arnold Gallery, the app will sense the visitor's presence and location relative to one of the seven projects and invite her to view that project.

The app requires Bluetooth and Location Services, which may cause a drain on the battery. No information about the visitor is gathered. The visitor can opt out of using the iBeacon technology and location services, ether within the app or by using Settings.

As Lebanon Valley College celebrates its 150th anniversary and completes a major campus master plan, the time seems propitious to reflect on its architectural past and the possibilities of its envisioned future. This exhibition presents architectural plans and models designed by students in the LVC Reimagined course taught by Dr. Grant Taylor, LVC associate professor of art history, which realizes one vision of that future. Students in Taylor’s spring Curatorial Projects course have helped to design the exhibit’s installation. In addition, an overview of LVC's architectural history will include rarely exhibited vintage plans and photographs from the LVC archive and fine art collection, as well as artistic reflections by current and past students.