Join Jackie DeLise, master certified meditation and mindfulness teacher and stress management expert, for a guided meditation class in our Bellarmine Hall Galleries. No prior experience necessary as you learn how to cultivate inner calm and clarity. All are welcome!
To learn more about Jackie: https://www.thewelleryllc.com/
Space is limited! Please register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meditation-and-mindfulness-tickets-368417515707
Please note: This event is in-person only. If you are interested in the Virtual Meditation and Mindfulness event on Monday, September 26, click here!
An interdisciplinary panel, featuring faculty from the Classical Studies Program and the Visual & Performing Arts Department, will discuss the installation’s relationship to contemporary art, ancient Greek philosophy and culture, and fashion.
This event will be followed by a reception with light refreshments from 6-8 p.m.
Space is limited. Please register for the panel discussion and/or the reception prior to the event:
About Tamsen Williams and the Dying Gaul exhibition: Drawing on years of experience in clothing and fabric design, Tamsen Williams manifests interior structures in mutable textile sculptures. Propelled by coming out of the closet late, she investigates the wounds and joys that form us as people—exposing what is hidden in an attempt to understand it. Her installation reconceptualizes ancient Greek statues of Dying Gauls, remaking the subject in light pink organza and other fabrics, as a woman. By linking to the past, we can illuminate the erasures of the present. Will she be allowed emotions, or will they be revoked with the gender change? Will her nudity be heroic?
Dying Gaul is on view in the Lukacs and Experimental Galleries, in the lower level of Loyola Hall, September 26-October 7, 2022.
This event is organized by Fairfield University’s Visual and Performing Arts Department and is co-sponsored by the Fairfield University Art Museum.
Join us on the first Friday of the month for a one-hour, in-person tour of the Leslie P. and George H. Hume American Furniture Study Center at the Collection Studies Center, Yale West Campus. See more than 1,300 examples of American furniture and clocks from the 17th century to the present in this facility, which opened in 2019, as well as an outstanding collection of contemporary wood art.
Registered visitors will receive a confirmation email including directions to the site, where there is ample free parking. Unregistered visitors cannot be accommodated.