CANCELED – Summer Fridays: Sunset Music & Sketching
5:30pm — 8:00pm
Unfortunately due to predicted thunderstorms, this event has been canceled.
Begin your evening sketching by sunset and end inspired by the sound of gospel music at The Oracle of Lacuna by 2017 Outlooks artist Heather Hart. Artist, educator, and conservator Corey D’Augustine leads a drawing workshop for visitors of all ages and experience levels, beginning at 5:30PM. No registration is required and drawing materials will be provided. Just Voices, a local a cappella gospel quartet, takes the stage at 6:30PM.
- Meet at Heather Hart’s site-specific work, The Oracle of Lacuna
- We recommend arriving at least 30 minutes early to allow time to park and walk to the site
- Pack a blanket! Lawn seating, no chairs provided. Blankets and chairs available for purchase at the North Kiosk
- Enjoy farm fresh quesadillas and more by Fresh Company. Food and drink service available 4-7pm
- All ages are welcome
Corey D’Augustine is a conservator of modern and contemporary art and a technical art historian. He regularly works for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and lectures on art history and art conservation at New York University, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Pratt Institute, The City College of New York, and the Museum of Modern Art. He is a specialist in American and European Post-war art and his research interests include 20th century painting materials and techniques and the conservation of monochrome paintings.
Just Voices is an a cappella gospel quartet. Members Chris Tramel, Todd Virgil, Don Allen, and Earl McKinney enjoy praising God in song. They believe that their love of Christian music, coupled with the ability to present it in their own special way, is a gift. Their goal is simply to share this gift with as many as will listen.