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  • Sensory Friendly Studio: Abstract Art

    Sensory Friendly Studio: Abstract Art
    Tomorrow
    2:30pm – 4:30pm

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    Learn how to create a vibrant abstract painting inspired by art in the Hunter collection. Local artist, Ally Manno, will guide you as you create your own abstract painting. This workshop is designed for adults and teens with autism spectrum disorders, but open to everyone. All experience levels are welcomed. Masks must be worn at all times in the Hunter...

  • Watercolor Portraits with Nick Runge

    Watercolor Portraits with Nick Runge
    Sat. Mar 20th
    thru Sun. Mar 21st

    at Townsend Atelier

    In this two-day workshop, visiting artist, Nick Runge will teach students how to paint a portrait in watercolor. Nick will first demonstrate his approach and method while explaining the choices he makes, the intuition that he works with, and chances taken while painting a portrait. As students work on their own paintings, Nick will offer guidance,...

  • Passion, Power & Pose: Photographs By Ken Browar And Deborah Ory

    Passion, Power & Pose: Photographs By Ken Browar And Deborah Ory
    Fri. May 21st
    thru Mon. Sep 6th

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    A collaboration between dancers, photographers and choreographers, these brilliantly executed images examine the intersection of fashion and dance. The works showcase internationally-renowned ballet dancers, often in vintage or modern couture fashions. The exhibition will feature nearly fifty works by the photographers alongside a number of stunning...

  • Lalla Essaydi

    Lalla Essaydi
    Fri. Sep 24th
    thru Sun. Jan 9th

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    Artist Lalla Essaydi combines Islamic calligraphy with representations of the female body in order to address the complexities of Arab female identity from the perspective of a Moroccan woman living in the West. She often returns to her Moroccan girlhood for inspiration, looking back on it as an adult woman caught somewhere between past and present. Her...

  • Mediterranea: American Art From The Graham D. Williford Collection

    Mediterranea: American Art From The Graham D. Williford Collection
    Fri. Sep 24th
    thru Sun. Jan 9th

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    For American artists to be considered serious and cultured in the 19th and early 20th centuries, they not only needed to study in Europe, but travel widely there as well. This exhibition looks at how artists of that time captured the diversity and distinctiveness of certain places that make up the Mediterranean region, including Italy, Spain, the Middle...

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