2020 saw unprecedented change in the human experience and many artists addressed these shifts in their work. The pandemic presented challenges to the artist community, as it did for the rest of the population, but some also found a fervent period of creation. This year’s Art of the State exhibition, open from September 26, 2021 until January 2, 2022, features numerous artists who referenced various aspects of Covid-19. Join fine arts curator Amy Hammond as she chats with artists Mary Culbertson Stark, Sandy Kessler Kaminski and Becky McDonah about how they represented the pandemic in their art.
This program will be presented live in the Museum and live via Zoom. If you plan to attend via Zoom, registration is free, but required. To register to virtually attend the program click here.
If you plan to attend in person, this program is included with general admission.
About Virtual Learn at Lunchtime:
Learn at Lunchtime is a program featuring a variety of exciting lectures and presentations.
Presentations will start at 12:15 PM and will last approximately 20 minutes followed by a question and answer period.
Want to watch past programs? Visit PHMC’s YouTube channel to watch all of recorded sessions.