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NO TWEEVENINGS IN JANUARY.

NEXT TWEEVENINGS IS:

FEBRUARY 4, 2014

6:30 PM

TWEED MUSEUM OF ART

 

Talk About Art at Tweed!

 

Join other art lovers for an evening of lively discussion, be the first to see new acquisitions, and be inspired by our masterpieces! Every first Tuesday we hold an informal viewing and discussion of selected works from our collection. Faculty, students and community members are invited to choose work to be discussed!

 

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Tweevenings with Ann Klefstad
February 4, 6:30 pm

Tweed Museum of Art

 

Ann Klefstad will offer a look at how art traditions both within and beyond the Western influence link daily life, spiritual life, and natural sciences. She will be speaking about works by several artists: mathematician and artist Dennis White's finger-woven sash, a traditional Anishinaabe work; John Sims' African-inspired Mathematical Art Brain, a drawing and inkjet print; a Frank Big Bear colored drawing; and a duck-headed carved spoon from the Rawlings Nelson's Collection of American Indian Art.

 

Image of the drawing by:

Frank Big Bear, Spirit of Things, 1986

 

 
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