“Time Travel, A History: Selections from the Archive” by CYNTHIA HOLLIS
Cynthia Hollis, National Archivist for the History of Time Travel, will be exhibiting selections from the Archive for the month of October in the Nan Boynton Gallery at 621 Gallery. Among the items exhibited will be depictions and/or photographs of Time Travel events as well as items collected during her tour as a Traveller. Surprisingly, also on display will be two examples of time machines, including a rare, very early model as well one of the current, ‘home use’ models. There will also be an actual traveler’s log on display as well as facsimile logs for sale in the gift shop. Hollis will be present at the Soft Opening as well as the First Friday Opening to answer visitor questions about the display and explain the intricacies involved in time travel.
Cynthia Hollis is the founder and Director of SMALLS, an alternative space for contemporary art in Tallahassee, FL. She was Adjunct Professor of Contemporary Art History at Florida State University School of Visual Art (2010-2018). She served as the Executive Director of 621 Gallery in Tallahassee, Florida (2010-2016) as well as the Art Division Director and Curator for The Brogan Museum of Art and Science, Tallahassee, FL. (1999-2008). She is from rural Kansas via New York City and Los Angeles and has lived in Tallahassee, FL since 1995.