Every other month, on the first Tuesday, the Tweed holds an informal viewing and discussion of selected works from its collection. In this edition, Jim Klueg, ceramist and head of the Department of Art & Design, will give a presentation related to the exhibition Resurfaced and Reformed: Evolution in Studio Ceramics.More Details >>
Shana (who studied painting, dance history and metalsmithing) and Robert (a photographer) ParkeHarrison have collaborated for over 18 years. The couple will appear at the Tezla Library at the Tweed to speak on collaboration. The artists combine elaborate sets within vast landscapes to address issues surrounding man's relationship to the earth and technology while delving into the human condition.
The Tweed Museum of Art has commissioned a multi-disciplinary temporary two-story sculpture for the Sax Gallery. This piece, a suspended constellation of aluminum and mylar forms, will involve a contemporary, classical musical score and a dynamic lighting design.More Details >>
This fashion show at the Tweed Museum features a collection of traditional skirts (including beaded accessories) that evokes an era when apparel changed dramatically for Native people in the Great Lakes area.More Details >>
Jazz guitarist Briand Morrison is son of the prolific American landscape painter and sculptor George Morrison (1919-2000). He will present a performance honoring the memory and legacy of his father, with a guitar performance to accompany a slide show of artistic works.