Last September WAM hosted artist Melissa Stern for the opening of her Target Studio for Creative Collaboration exhibition, The Talking Cure. I had the opportunity to sit down with Melissa during her visit and ask her some questions about her inspiration, her practice, and her works in the exhibition.
Check out some highlights of the interview here.
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The Talking Cure is on display in the Target Studio for Creative Collaboration at the Weisman Art Museum until May 1st. The Weisman Art Museum is open from 10 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday through Sunday, with hours extending to 8:00 pm on Wednesday evenings. For more information on the exhibition and visiting WAM, visit wam.umn.edu
Elise Armani is a fourth year BFA candidate, with a dual degree in Gender, Women and Sexuality studies and a minor in Art History. Elise is an artist and an independent curator, and works as the Projects & Programs assistant at WAM. In the off moments when she isn’t working, Elise enjoys reading, frolicking in nature, and spending time with her pitbull (child) Lando.