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NEW SCULPTURE

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VIRTUAL AND ON-SITE PROGRAMS

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Brown Bag Lecture: Ruth Asawa

A Virtual Talk

with Riva Ettus

Thursday, March 18

1 PM

Have a sandwich and enjoy lunch as Museum Docent Riva Ettus presents a LIVE via ZOOM presentation on the Life and Art of Ruth Asawa an American artist known for her intricate sculptures based on sinuous organic forms using galvanized wire, stone, and bronze.

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Artists’ Choices: Materials and Meanings

An On-site Tour with “FEM” Artist Laurie Lambrecht

Sunday, March 21

9am and 10am

Featured artist Laurie Lambrecht will take visitors on her personal journey through the galleries to explore the use of materials and processes not only in her own work but in those of other artists she has selected from FEM. Learn how an artist focuses on how specific materials can be used as well as their meanings.  

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Sketching: Draw and Discover

A Virtual Class Inspired by Works on View

Tuesday, March 23

1 PM

Join us for one or more of these engaging virtual programs that invite participants to look closely, discuss and sketch a selection of art works via ZOOM. Led by museum educators, this program will encourage us to slow down as we engage in a variety of drawing assignments that focus on the use of line, proportion, texture and value using paper and pencils (but are welcome to use your preferred sketching materials).

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FAMILIES AND CHILDREN

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Spring Break for Art

Special Family Hours

March 30, 31, April 1

Session 1: 9am – 10am

Session 2: 10am-11am

Join us at the Museum during special Family Morning Hours, when children and their grown-ups have private access to the Mansion as they explore the exhibitions and join Pop up Sculpture Tours before we open to the general public. From 9-11 am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of March Break.

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Summer Art Lab 2021

SAVE THE DATE

July 12-August 6

REGISTRATION BEGINS
MONDAY, MARCH 15  

SAVE THE DATE! Summer Art Lab 2021 is back and on-site at the Museum with educator Katie Aragon. Join us for a series of one-week programs filled with creativity and exploration for children. Registration for this program begins on March 15th. Reserve your spot quickly!

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Art Compass

An Art Program For Teens and Young Adults with Autism- Virtual

Tuesdays

4 PM

Art Compass has moved to an online platform! Join us for a virtual hands–on workshop to talk about and make art in a warm and welcoming group setting. This program, led by Art Therapist Deborah Adler, will inspire creativity, personal expression and socialization as participants are introduced to a range of artistic processes and materials in the comfort of their own home. All registrants will receive a Zoom Meeting link to join each program session and an Art Tool Kit which will be used throughout the series of virtual workshops.

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It takes you and your generosity to keep the momentum going as we move forward with outstanding exhibitions, educational activities, therapeutic programs, virtual classes, and lectures.

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Support the Museum with our

Vehicle Donation Program

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Vehicle Donations are a unique and empactful giving option that helps support the Museum’s outstanding exhibitions and programs. Your unwanted car, truck, boat, motorcycle, SUV or even plane can be accepted as a donation. Your generosity qualifies for a tax deduction, and pick-up is free! Call 855-500-RIDE (7433) now or click here to get started!

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Images: Elaine de Kooning, Basketball Players, 1960, Acrylic and gouache on paper and mounted to canvas, 29 x 26 inches – Jessica Tan Gudnason, Chinese Opera Warrior, 1996 , Chromogenic Print on Hanhemule 308 GSM, 30-7/8 x 40 inches, Courtesy of Jessica Tan Gudnason – Ansel Adams, Half Dome from the Merced River, Winter Yosemite, ca.1938 printed ca. 1963-71, Gelatin silver print, 25 x 31 inches, Courtesy of Dr. Harvey Manes – Joel Perlman, Dreadnought, 1989, Steel, 15 x 12 x 7 feet

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NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART

One Museum Drive

Roslyn Harbor, New York 11576

516-484-9338

www.nassaumuseum.org

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AAQ / Resource: Apple Honda, Riverhead

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