Margaret Cogswell (l) shares new work with education
curator Wendy Bredehoft (r)
Courtesy of the UW Art Museum
Margaret Cogswell is in the Art Museum this week to further her research for her solo exhibition scheduled at the museum in the fall 2012 and to be part of the first sessions of the new Faculty Teaching Institute organized by Wendy Bredehoft, the museum's education curator.
Cogswell has been in residence the last three weeks at Ucross. She shared her work with Bredehoft and the museum's director and chief curator, Susan Moldenhauer, today and conversations ensued about the logistics of her forthcoming exhibition. Wyoming River Fugues will synthesize her research in publications, video, audio, interviews, drawings, and video stills into a site specific installation in the museum's galleries.
The Faculty Teaching Institute is a yearlong program for UW faculty who are interested in integrating the original resource materials in the Art Museum into their curriculum. Cogswell will participate in the first sessions this week and will return in the spring to continue the dialogue and planning. Faculty will be part of a symposium in October 2012 where they will present their findings and experience in the Institute.
Cogswell's exhibition is funded in part by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Faculty Teaching Institute is funded by the Colonel Rogers Excellence Fund at the University of Wyoming.