The Week Ahead @ The Henry

We welcome fall with open arms with its pumpkin spice, changing leaves, Halloween candy, students’ return to campus, and new exhibitions at the Henry. Seeing so many students has reinvigorated the staff and we look forward to being curious and expanding our minds with you.

 

Quiet, please.

Speaking of minds, have you ever meditated on art? How about with art? Every second Thursday of the month we invite you to do both at Mindfulness Meditation and for a half hour bask in stillness, and learn to breathe art in and stress out. Starts at noon-thirty (check in at the front desk for this month’s location).

 

UW Faculty Lecture Series: Amie McNeel

On Thursday night at 6 pm, the School of Art’s 3D4M Assistant Professor Amie McNeel will discuss her work in ceramics, glass, and sculpture. Tickets are free, but they go fast. Learn more about McNeel in this Meet the Artist video from the Museum of Glass. You can reserve your seat HERE.

 

Friday is Fright Night with a Screening of Kwaidan (1964) 7:00 – 9:30 PM

Just in time for Halloween we bring you Japanese ghost stories! Stop in early to see the Camera Nipponica exhibition and steep in the beauty and mystery of the photographs to round out your experience. Purchase tickets HERE.

Kwaidan

 

ArtVENTURES!

Join us this coming Sunday at 2 pm we travel through space and time during our ArtVENTURES at the Henry!

Families will be creating time capsules inspired by the work of exhibiting artists Ray Metzker and David Hartt who transform ordinary scenes and fragments from daily life into extraordinary compositions. Bring your ordinary life and go home with a message for your future self. Questions: E-mail contact-education@henryart.org. Space is limited and advanced reservation required. Register HERE. WARNING: Dreams not provided so be prepared to have your own.

 

David Hartt
David Hartt. Archive. 2011. Archival pigment print mounted to Dibond. Courtesy of the artist and Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago.

 

 

SAVE THE DATE: Poetry Reading for the opening of Jason Dodge: What We Have Done

Saturday, October 19, 2013, 2:00 – 4:00 PM

The Henry is delighted to open Jason Dodge: What We Have Done with a poetry reading.  Join us Saturday as Jason Dodge introduces three poets whom he finds inspirational: Matthew Dickman (Mayakovsky’s Revolver, W.W. Norton & Company, 2012), Dorothea Lasky (Thunderbird, Wave Books, 2012), and Joshua Beckman (The Inside of an Apple, Wave Books, 2013). Tickets available HERE.

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