3:00PM - 6:00PM
Following a successful launch of this new series in April, the second iteration of See All Three, a recurring collaboration between The Mint Museum, Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture , and Bechtler Museum of Modern Art invites upper-level members to join curators from each of these institutions on exhibition tours at Levine Center for the Arts .
This month, we will explore the concept of "found objects." Beginning with the exhibition Alison Saar: The Nature of Us at the Harvey B. Gantt Center, we will investigate the artist's use of both new and reclaimed objects with Creative Director Jessica Moss.
Next, experience the recently opened GENDERED: An Inclusive Art Show , which features 24 artists from across the country, representing a variety of view points through diverse mediums at Mint Museum Uptown with Assistant Curator Adam Justice.
Finally, Bechtler Curator Jen Sudul Edwards, Ph.D., will show off some of the highlights of the Bechtler's current fourth floor exhibition, Celebrating Jean Tinguely and Santana , the largest survey of Tinguely work in the United States. Jean Tinguely found (and sometimes stole) what others had discarded as trash to create mesmerizing, mechanical sculptures that performed with and for audiences around the world. The tour will conclude with wine and nibbles on the Bechtler terrace.
This experience is FREE to all upper-level members of the Mint, Bechtler, and Gantt Center and is first-come, first-served, so reserve your spot soon! Spaces are limited.
See All Three is available to Sustainer, Benefactor, and Crown Society members of the Mint. RSVP by June 20 to Seivelle Boayue , call 704.337.2011 or at the admission desk.
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