Montserrat College of Art announces events in September

September 6, 2013 by  

Montserrat College of Art located in Beverly recently announced a variety of events to be open to the public during September. Most likely, the College is using flyer printing to distribute more detailed information about these events to the public.

The program starts next Wednesday, September 11, at 11:30 am Bahar Yurukoglu, will be talking about combining sculpture, photography, and moving images in indoor and outdoor installations that explore the role of light in both constructed and natural landscapes. The artist’s work will be on display in the gallery through September 21.

On Saturday, September 14, from noon until 3:00 pm Merritt Kirkpatrick will hold a session on the art of yarn bombing, and will involve the community so as to immerse the entire campus of Montserrat and bring the exhibit beyond the walls of the gallery.

Another artist talk will be held on Tuesday September 17 by Andrea Sherrill Evans on her drawings of the human body, which can be used as a starting point to discuss the area between isolation and intimacy and belonging and longing. Her works will be on view until October 12.

Jeffrey Byrd, a performance and video artist who is known around the world, will be holding an artist talk on Tuesday, September 24 at 11:30 am on humor, escape, and the relationship between masculinity and beauty.

The last artist talk of the month will be held on Thursday. September 26 at 11:30 am and will be given by Mary Anne Davis, a sculptor and ceramic artist by training, but she now also paints, works with collage, and carries out conceptual and performance-based works.

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