Above: Blue Fractals, Erebus Ice Tongue Cave will be the subject of an “Art in Focus” conversation led by Fairfield University Art Museum Curator of Education Michelle DiMarzo on March 14 while Walking in Antarctica is on view there.
Here is some updated information if you are interested in attending my slide talk and the opening reception on Thursday, February 1 for Walking in Antarctica at the Fairfield University Art Museum in Fairfield, CT. There are now links online to register for both events (please register for each separately if you are planning to attend both). There will also be a livestream of the lecture if you want to watch from home. Please note, if you tried to register before Jan. 12th and the talk was listed as sold out, try again now.
Slide talk: I will speaking on February 1st at 5 p.m. Register here for the talk.
Opening reception: The talk will be followed by a gallery reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Register here for the reception.
Not able to come on opening night? The show runs through March 16. For more information about the exhibition, visiting the museum, or to register for other events being held in conjunction with the exhibition, including a family "Ice and Snow" hands on art making activity on February 24 and an "Art in Focus" conversation on March 14, visit the main exhibition webpage.
Meanwhile, an interview with me was published on January 2 in the print editions of the Connecticut Post and Fairfield Citizen in conjunction with the upcoming display of Walking in Antarctica. Read it online.