Dialogues On Art- Storm King Arts Center, Mountainville, NY
The Humanities Center invites you to join Professors John Muse, Joshua Schrier, and art-enthusiast Laura Gilroy (HC '11) on a FREE Dialogues on Art trip to Storm King Arts Center on Sat. November 13th. Deadline to apply: 5pm on Wednesday, November 10th.
Organized by Laura Gilroy ‘11
Brought to you by the Humanities Center
Storm King Arts Center is an open-air museum of large-scale sculptures set on 500-acres of sprawling landscape in Mountainville, NY.
Each piece at Storm King is displayed within a unique outdoor "room", and continuously changes seasonally and with time-of-day. Among Storm King's permanent collection are sculptures by contemporary artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Goldsworthy, Richard Serra, David Smith, Alexander Calder, and many more. The year 2010 marks Storm King's 50th anniversary, and a "Storm King At 50: New Perspectives" exhibition is currently on display, in which five artists whose works are in the permanent collection were commissioned to create new sculptures in honor of the anniversary.
The Humanities Center invites you to join Professors John Muse, Joshua Schrier, and art-enthusiast Laura Gilroy (HC '11) on a Dialogues on Art trip to Storm King Arts Center. Come see some of the largest and most impressive sculptures by some of the most famous contemporary sculptures of our time.... in a beautiful Hudson Valley setting (fall foliage, snacks, dinner and discussion included!)
More information on Storm King here: http://www.stormking.org/
Dialogues on Art are interdisciplinary events that incorporate students and faculty interested in a variety of media and representations of art, within the (greater) Philadelphia area (ok in this instance, much greater). All transportation and entrance fees are covered by the Humanities Center, with conversations are continued over dinner.
Date: Saturday, November 13th
Time: Leave Haverford 9am, return by 7pm
To Apply, email James Weissinger (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 5pm on Wednesday, November 10th with “Dialogues on Art” in the subject and the following--
1) your name & class year
2) major/minor/interests if undeclared
3) whether you've attended a Dialogues trip before
4) a brief paragraph explaining your interest in trip