Saturday, January 14, 2017, 1–2 pm
Free with museum admission.
Reservations required at the admissions desk.
This event is part of Community Free Day.
About the Program
Examine the ways in which the artworks on view in Dia:Beacon change or shift over time. Dia educators Michelle Alumkal and Andrea Moreau invite participants to consider how time impacts the physical qualities of an object as well as one’s understanding and experience of it. (1 hour)
Art historian Michelle Alumkal's work writing and editing for art publications stems from a long-standing interest in cross-disciplinary collaboration, particularly between the visual arts and literature. She holds an MA in Art History from Columbia University, New York. A museum guide at Dia:Beacon since 2009, she is currently at work on a novel.
Andrea Moreau is a visual artist who lives and works in Beacon, New York. She is a 2014 New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship recipient whose work can be seen in the flat files of Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn and in the artist registries of the Drawing Center and White Columns in New York City as well as at Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, New York, where she is currently featured in their Winter Exhibition.