This year's Slow Art Day is Saturday, April 27. We've selected a combination of works from our Permanent Collection and current special exhibition, A Family Affair, to view slowly. After viewing the 5 selected pieces of art, folks are welcomed to lunch at Cafe 36 for further discussion and reflection on their slow art-viewing experience.
The FAC's Blake Milteer (Museum Director), Joy Armstrong (Assistant Curator), and Nicole Anthony (New Media Manager) invite you to join them on Slow Art. It's simple to participate!
1) RSVP online to let us know you're coming.
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2) Look at 5 pieces of art with us, slowly
We'll meet in the FAC lobby at 11a (admission is $10, free for FAC Members), and spend 5-10 minutes looking at each selected work of art. Feel free to enjoy and view other works of art currently on view.
3) Have lunch and discuss your experience.
At 1p, we'll meet in Café 36 to talk more about the art and the experience of viewing it slowly.
Selected Works of Art
|Venessa German, Power Figure To Save My Life, 2010,|
mixed media. Image courtesy of The Progressive Corporation.
|Arthur Dove, Fog Horns, 1929, oil on canvas. |
Collection of the CS Fine Arts Center.
|Dawn Wilde, Santorini, 1996, oil on canvas. |
Collection of the CS Fine Arts Center. Gift of the artist.
|Louis Cicotello, Spill, 1998, wood, laminate, lava rock, plastic.|
Collection of the CS Fine Arts Center. Gift of Millie Yawn
|Brock Enright, Stick, 2011, mirror, metal, florescent lighting.|
Image courtesy of The Progressive Corporation.
Slow Art Day at the FAC
Saturday, April 27 | 11a, art viewing; 1p lunch discussion
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