Friday, 22. March 2019, Walker Art Center, Twin Cities Art Museum Guide Collaborative Tour of Five Ways In: Themes from the Collection

Due to popular demand, a second TCAMGC tour is being offered for the exhibition Five Ways In: Themes from the Collection at the Walker Art Center.
This tour is FREE and open to museum guides + one guest. Space is limited. Please RSVP by Monday, March 18. 
Please remember that by signing up for this tour you are making a commitment to your colleagues. If you need to change your plans, please cancel your reservation so that your spot can be given to someone on the waitlist. 
On the day of the tour, please meet your guides in the main lobby of the Walker, just inside the main entrance at 725 Vineland Place. 

About the Exhibition
The exhibition is organized by five familiar themes: portraiture, the interior scene, landscape, still life, and abstraction. Each of these areas features a diverse range of artists whose approaches to their subjects are often unconventional, innovative, and even surprising. With more than 100 works—painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, and video installations—the exhibition Five Ways In: Themes from the Collection invites us to become reacquainted with favorites from the collection and to discover new pieces by artists who are reinventing genres we thought we knew.
SelfLong used by artists as way to explore the self, identity, and the body, portraits have a unique capacity to capture the essence of an individual. This section includes both traditional portraits and others made in unexpected ways.
InsideThe indoor space can be a reflection of the artist’s creative environment and a site for observing the complexities or pleasures of life. Highlighted here are various takes on the subject of the interior, from domestic settings to public places to artists’ studios.
OutsideMany artists have reconsidered and expanded the notion of the landscape to include deeper meditations on the natural world—detailed observations of the outdoor environment that range from the specific to the abstract.
EverydayConsidering work by artists who celebrate the ordinary, this section brings together intriguing still lifes, singular takes on everyday language, and works that make the commonplace seem unfamiliar through changes in scale or materials.
EverythingLine, form, color, and shape are key to artists who embrace abstraction. The works here explore pure gesture and the physical properties of materials in compelling and inventive ways.

Curator: Siri Engberg, senior curator, Visual Arts; with Jadine Collingwood, curatorial fellow, Visual Arts; and Alexandra Nicome, interpretation fellow, Education and Public Programs

Parking
Underground parking is available on-site at a daily rate of $5. Enter the ramp on Vineland Place at Bryant Avenue. Accessible parking in the underground ramp is designated near the elevator and entrance. Free, but limited, on-street parking is available on the surrounding streets (restrictions enforced).
Metro Transit bus lines are 4, 6, 12 & 25.
We look forward to seeing you at the Walker! 

Twin Cities Art Museum Guide Collaborative Tour of Five Ways In: Themes from the Collection

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