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Exhibit Opening & Reception for Mosaics and Memoir: Marjorie Kreilick and Allan McNab

September 17, 2013

The Kohler Art Library unvKreilick-McNabeiled a new exhibit this month devoted to the work of a talented couple, Emeritus Professor Marjorie Kreilick and her late husband Allan McNab called Mosaics and Memoir: Marjorie Kreilick and Allan McNab. The exhibit features a sampling of mosaics and other artwork made by Kreilick, whose work incorporates marble inlay and sculptural elements. These pieces are blended into a showcase of the posthumously published memoir Witness to an Ending (Parallel Press), a look into 20th century people and events that changed the world from McNab’s time in Europe and America. The exhibit includes a selection of engravings and book illustrations from the memoir.

An Exhibition Opening, Reception and Book Signing will be held at the Kohler Art Library on September 27, 2013 5:00-7:00 p.m. UW Madison Parallel Press will be selling copies of Allan McNab’s memoir Witness to an Ending at the reception.



At A Glance

  • What: Exhibition Opening, Reception, and Book Signing for Mosaics and Memoir: Marjorie Kreilick and Allan McNab
  • When: Exhibit Reception September 27, 2013 5:00-7:00 p.m. Exhibit runs until late November 2013.
  • Where: Kohler Art Library, Conrad A. Elvehjem Building, 800 University Ave. The Kohler Art Library is on the ground floor and is accessed from the north entrance.
  • Parking: Public parking is available in the City of Madison’s Lake Street Ramp, located at the corner of Lake St. and University Avenue, one block east of the Conrad A. Elvehjem Building.

 Want to know more? Check out the Kohler Art Library Exhibits page.

For more information about this exhibit, contact:

Kohler Art Library
160 Conrad A. Elvehjem Building
800 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706
(608) 263-2258
Or email Kohler Art Library

This exhibit is generously sponsored by the General Library System, the Art Department, and the Friends of the UW-Madison Libraries.