(ART SHOW DRAWS CURIOSITY AND CONVERSATION)
by Meghan Green for The Pacer, Volume 78, Issue 6.
Faculty Jason Stout’s exhibit was presented in the lobby of the Fine Arts this week with a variety of work in paint and pen and ink.
According to Stout… “There is a loose narrative in the work about the range of social classes that make up the sociological struggle for what is the southern heroic. The work deals with concepts of race, identity, political orientations, social class, the environment, war, drugs, and southern stereotypes, while existing in a comic and surrealistic visual language.
Read more of this article including a description of how Stout incorporates local TN hero, Davy Crockett into his work.