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Going to extremes ... for their art

Saint Rose 'Bi-Polar' exhibit spotlights work from Arctic, Antarctica

Photographer/videographer Janet Biggs is seen at work on one of her trips deep into the Arctic. Three of her videos are part of "BiPolar: Journeys to the Ends of the Earth."
Photographer/videographer Janet Biggs is seen at work on one of her trips deep into the Arctic. Three of her videos are part of "BiPolar: Journeys to the Ends of the Earth."
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Scientists are always traveling to the coldest places on the planet. In the Arctic and Antarctica, they brave extreme temperatures and isolation as they probe and analyze. But why would an artist go to a desolate and dangerous land of ice and snow? This winter, as cold and snow grip the Capital Region, “BiPolar: Journeys to The Ends of the Earth” at The College of Saint Rose explores regions of the world that most of ...


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