Walk And Talk Through Swimming, A Feral Housewife
Glen Arbor Arts Center Gallery Manager Sarah Bearup-Neal leads a conversational walking tour of the SWIMMING and the A Feral Housewife exhibits, April 8, 11 am. The Walk + Talk is free. No reservations are required.
During this one-hour program, Bearup-Neal talks about how the exhibiting artists interpreted the SWIMMING exhibition’s theme, both literally and symbolically; tools and materials used; as well as other insights into their creative process. A Feral Housewife is a selection of collages by Leelanau County artist Mary Beth Acosta. Acosta uses vintage images to build her smart, funny stories about big-finned cars, “labor-saving devices,” and the mid-century womanhood.
Swimming is on view in the GAAC Main Gallery through June 1. A Feral Housewife, in the GAAC’s Lobby Gallery, is on view through April 21.