Fall 2016 Events
Opening Reception for Archipenko: A Modern Legacy
September 30, 4:30 – 6 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
Yoga in the Gallery with Monica St. Angelo
Mondays and Thursdays, October 3 – December 15 (except November 24)
12:15 – 12:50 p.m.
Enjoy a 30-minute yoga practice, including warming and invigorating poses and a final period of relaxation. All levels welcome. Mats provided. Co-sponsored by Live Well Grinnell.
In these short programs, guest speakers respond to works on view, encouraging the audience to look more closely, see works through a particular lens, and engage in dialogue. All the talks are at 11 a.m.
• October 25: Eiren Shea, assistant professor of art history
• November 1: Mark Laver, assistant professor of music and Eric McIntyre, professor of music
• November 9: Fredo Rivera, assistant professor of art history
Gallery Talk: Archipenko: A Modern Legacy
October 24, 4 p.m.
Alexandra Keiser, curator of the exhibition Archipenko: A Modern Legacy, will provide an overview of the exhibition, exploring several key works in detail. Dr. Keiser is research curator at the Archipenko Foundation and received her Ph.D. from the Courtauld Institute.
Concert: Fresh Flutes
November 17, 7:30 p.m.
Under the direction of Claudia Anderson.
Gallery Talk: The Material World of Archipenko
November 30, 4 p.m.
Joyce Tsai, Ph.D. will address the avant-garde context of Archipenko’s sculpture, from his early and highly influential near-abstract metal cast figures to his later experiments in Plexiglas. Dr. Tsai is Clinical Associate Professor of Art Education and Curator of Art, University of Iowa Museum of Art.
December 3, 1:30 – 3 p.m.
Learn about the artwork of Alexander Archipenko, choose from a variety of hands-on art making activities, and enjoy a scavenger hunt in the Faulconer Gallery. Open to all ages. Refreshments will be served. Supported by generous funding from Shane and Lauren Jacobson.
Images: Piano Music of Claude Debussy
December 7, 4 p.m.
Although they apparently never met, French composer Claude Debussy and Ukrainian sculptor Alexander Archipenko both lived in Paris during the years 1908-1918, each taking part in the modernist revolution. Associate Professor of Music Eugene Gaub will perform a program of Debussy’s works from the time: Images, Children’s Corner, and L’isle Joyeuse.