13 sections, 14 x 11 ea, portraits orverlaid with translucent film (detail)
Courtesy of the North Dakota Museum of Art
After a year long closure to renovations and upgrades, the UW Art Museum will open its galleries on Friday evening, March 6. Curator of the exhibition, Laurel Reuter (director, North Dakota Museum of Art) will be in attendance.
The Disappeared / Los Desaparecidos fills the museum's more than 10,000 sq ft of exhibition space with the work of 26 Latin American artists who have lived through the horrors of the military dictatorships that ruled their countries over the last 30 years.
Public programs scheduled with the exhibition include:
Fri., Mar. 5, 10:30 am
Gallery Walk through the exhibition with Laurel Reuter, curator
Fri., Mar. 5, 6 - 8 pm
Sat., Mar. 6, 10 am
Art Talk by Laurel Reuter
Mon., Mar. 9, 7 pm
Screening of the film Missing (Costa-gravas, director, 1982) with Sissy Spacek and Jack Lemon in a suspense thriller based on the rel life experience of American journalist Charles Horman and his wife's and father's search to find him after he disappeared in Chile
All of these events are free and open to the public.
For The Disappeared / Los Desaparecidos press release, click here.
For the Missing press release, click here.
For additional information about these and other programs at the University of Wyoming Art Museum, click here.