Friday I drove down to Baton Rogue, making the 3.5 hour journey to Southern University. I got there early, had time to eat a quick lunch and started over the bridge to Southern. Upon entering, i was greeted by a worker, whom I promptly asked, "Where is the small business center?" He shrugged his shoulders, saying, "I have no idea." I glanced to my left noting to myself a bright, white washed building, noticing how new it looked compared to the rest of the area. He gave me some instructions on how to get to campus security to get a guest parking pass for the day.
I snaked around campus, driving on roads supposedly closed to student vehicles during certain hours. I made several wrong turns, finally finding campus security. I filled out my parking pass and asked the lady where this building was. Of course, she told me, "Oh the business building is across the street." Um... no, I'm pretty sure this isn't the business building is what I was thinking, so I snaked around again, look, searching, knocking on doors to buildings to find someone who knew where this building was.
Finally, I asked a random student, and she thought maybe it was out by the entrance of the university, and I remembered that white building. I told her thanks, and thought again, I should have just listened to my intuition. Finally, I got to the building, parked with my art, ready to go.
So I hung eight lovely new works in their building, check it out below.