American University Museum and Kreeger Museum Hosts Emilie Brzezinski & Dalya Luttwak Tour

By East City Art Editorial Team on December 10, 2018
Emilie Brzezinski & Dalya Luttwak, Split Open, 2018. Courtesy of the Artists.
Tour: Saturday, December 15 from 1pm to 3pm

Enjoy a curator and artist-led tour of Finding a Path and take a complimentary round trip to the Kreeger Museum to view Brzezinski and Luttwak’s works on view in their sculpture garden.

Grab your mittens and join curator Aneta Georgievska-Shine as she untangles the poetics of nature in the work of sculptors Emilie Brzezinski and Dalya Luttwak at both the American University Museum and The Kreeger Museum.

This event starts at the Katzen Arts Center at 1:30PM, where Georgievska-Shine will discuss Finding a Path, a site-specific, collaborative installation by Brzezinski and Luttwak.  Participants will then board a shuttle to The Kreeger Museum where Georgievska-Shine will lead a conversation about the outdoor works by Brzezinski (Lament), and Luttwak (Poison Ivy).

Dalya Luttwak and Emilie Brzezinski will be in attendance to answer questions about their artwork, process, and collaboration.

Free parking available in the Katzen Arts Center parking garage.  Participants will board shuttle to The Kreeger Museum at the Katzen at 2:10; the shuttle will return to the Katzen at 3:00. This is an outdoor program; please dress for the weather.

Seats on the shuttle are sold out. Please consider joining the waitlist below, or plan to drive to the Kreeger Museum and back on your own. 

More info & RSVP here.