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. Melissa Stern, “The Talking Cure” from WAM on Vimeo. The Talking Cure is on display in the Target Studio for Creative Collaboration at the…
The Weisman Art Museum is pleased to present The Talking Cure, an exhibition featuring 12 sculptures, 12 drawings, 12 writers, and 12 actors. New Your-based artist Melissa Stern has paired her work with monologues written and performed by contemporary authors and actors.
Inspired by this collaborative spirit, WAM’s presentation of The Talking Cure includes a participatory installation, What Needs to be Said?, created by Target Studio artist-in-residence Rebecca Krinke, a workshop space, and an exciting roster of programs, all meant to encourage you to be a part of The Talking Cure by sharing your stories.
Shaped by the unique participation of WAM’s visitors, The Talking Cure is meant to inspire, engage, and evolve. Be a part of this exhibition by contributing your own experiences and stories.