A panel discussion with sculptors will be held on Nov. 15 at the Art Museum at the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford.
The Art Museum at University of Saint Joseph will present a panel discussion with sculptors on Nov. 15 at 5:30 p.m. in Hoffman Auditorium, Bruyette Athenaeum, on USJ’s West Hartford campus. The lecture will be followed by light refreshments and is open to the public free of charge.
Six sculptors featured in the Art Museum’s current exhibition, Exploring Process, will participate in a panel discussion about how they envision, model, and fabricate their work. Joy Brown, Joe Gitterman, Francis Patnaude, Justin Perlman, David Skora, and Jonathan Waters have all contributed works to the Art Museum’s outdoor campus sculpture project, organized by guest curator Joan Hurwit.
The panel will be moderated by Ann Sievers, director and curator of the Art Museum.
Tickets are free but registration is requested at ArtMuseumUSJ.eventbrite.com.
This program is supported by the Vincenza Uccello Fine Arts Lecture Fund, which is made possible through a gift from Dr. Vincent J. and Gloria Marcello Turco ’45. Exploring Process: Nine Contemporary Sculptors is on view at the Art Museum through Dec. 16, 2023. For more information, visit www.usj.edu/artmuseum.
The Art Museum at the University of Saint Joseph, an AAM accredited institution, is located in Bruyette Athenaeum on the University’s main campus at 1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford. The Museum presents regular exhibitions drawn from its permanent collections as well as loan exhibitions of historic art or of contemporary work by artists of national and international prominence. Public open hours are Wednesday through Saturday: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; closed Monday, Tuesday, and Sunday. Admission is free. For more information, visit www.usj.edu/artmuseum.
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