Where's Art? with Annie Dugan - "how it's presented is critical to how it's perceived"

Apr 10, 2017

(from top) Baylee Reinert from her senior exhibition "Stagnant;" Portrait of an Elderly Lady, 1628, attributed to Dutch artist Michael Janszoon Van Miereveld; Ukrainian psanka
Credit Baylee Reinert, Tweed Museum of Art, Alan Light/Flickt

It's a doubleheader at the Tweed Museum of Art tomorrow (Tuesday) night: first the opening of Baylee Reinert's senior exhibition, Stagnant, then a Tweevening lecture on Conservation and Period Reframing of a 1628 Dutch Oil Painting from the Collection.

And Annie's been thinking about eggs lately; specifically, Ukrainian psanka, an Easter egg created with a traditional folk art style.

You can read more about the Ukrainian art of psanky, including Paul Wirhun's project commemorating those who died in the Iraq war.