Conversations with Contemporary Sculptors
Friday, May 21
With Chris Williams and Ken Hruby
Limited in-person seating available at the Cape Ann Museum Courtyard
Free for members, $10 for non-members. Register Now.
Join Cape Ann sculptors Chris Williams and Ken Hruby during this hybrid event. Limited in-person seats are available in the Cape Ann Museum Courtyard and free online viewing is available via Facebook and Vimeo.
Chris Williams, who works and lives in Essex, created the Gloucester Sea Serpent specifically for CAM in 2019 to honor Ronda Faloon, who served as executive director for 13 years. In addition, he has created pieces for Logan International Airport, Kendall Square in Cambridge, and Salem State University, among others.
Ken Hruby’s sculpture Uneasy Crown, Uneasy Chair, Uneasy Piece has been at CAM since 2008 when it was installed in memory of past Museum president Harold Bell. His work has been shown in numerous group and solo shows on the east coast and is included in several private and public collections, including the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum in Chicago. The two Cape Ann artists will discuss their pieces on display, their processes, and their current work.
→ View the full Virtual Lectures Series schedule and find links to past recordings here.
Note: This program was originally scheduled for Saturday, May 22 and was changed to Friday, May 21.
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