Join the Wisconsin Academy at our James Watrous Gallery for a reception celebrating the paired exhibits Emily Arthur: Re-membering and Contemporary Indigenous Printmaking. Beginning at 6:30, Emily Arthur will offer a talk about the exhibitions and Heather Swan will read several of her poems. The cover of Swan’s book A Kinship with Ash features one of Arthur’s prints, and her recent poetry shares many of the concerns expressed in Arthur’s artwork.
This is an in-person event. Please come prepared: Overture Center requires all visitors to present proof of vaccination or a recent negative test. Face masks will be required throughout the building. To learn more about acceptable proof of vaccination or test results, please read Overture's health guidelines.
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Emily Arthur: Re-membering"/"Contemporary Indigenous Printmaking" are featured exhibits held in conjuction with the Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI) Annual Meeting. The conference runs from March 16-19 and features many public exhibitions held across the city throughout March and April. Click here to view a full list of SGCI-associated events and exhibitions that are free and open to the public.
Image: Emily Arthur, No Where Left to Go (Water Birds), 2021. Color lithograph with chine collé on Somerset paper, 34 x 24 in. Editioned by Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts.