Bridges are everyday fixtures that help people make connections. Big Bridges, on view now through December 6th in the Target Studio for Creative Collaboration, seeks to do the same thing. The exhibit is a platform for collaborative interaction between artists, poets, filmmakers, architects, engineers, museum gallery visitors and web surfers. In conjunction with the exhibit, filmmakers are now being asked to submit short films based on poems written by the winners of the national poetry contest, another related program. Selected films will be screened…
Stop by the museum during open hours from Tuesday, September 26 – Friday, September 29, to see internationally acclaimed glass artist Beth Lipman at work in the galleries. Lipman will be installing a newly commissioned work inspired by WAM’s collection of Marsden Hartley’s art.
You can hear from the artist about her process and the new work she’s installing for WAM on Wednesday, September 27. Check out the details here >>>
Stay updated on Lipman’s progress by following WAM’s social media platforms.
Image: Beth Lipman, Cut Table, 2014, glass, wood, paint, adhesive. Wichita Art Museum. Photo credit: Jason Houge