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  • For immediate release: Museum of Art, UNH, Dan Mills: Human Topographies and Amy Stacey Curtis: Transfer

    For immediate release: Museum of Art, Dan Mills: Human Topographies and Amy Stacey Curtis: Transfer
    Contact: Sara Claflin, Education and Communication Manager
    Museum of Art, UNH, 30 Academic Way, Durham, NH
    603.862.3713

    Two new exhibitions Dan Mills: Human Topographies and Amy Stacey Curtis: Transfer will be on view at the Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire January 21 - April 4, 2020. A reception takes place on Thursday, February 6, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. The Museum of Art and programs are open to the public free of charge.
     
     Dan Mills: Human Topographies
    Human Topographies presents a narrow slice of the artist’s wide-ranging and decades-long interest in history, exploration, and games and wordplay to investigate networks—networks of power, trade, and migration that underpin societies, nationally and globally. Mills makes luminous and layered paintings and collages about our shared human history utilizing maps and data to expose the legacies of imperialism: war, colonialism, and the forced displacement of people.
    Additional exhibition programming, Artists Talk: Dan Mills: Human Topographies, Mills will lead a discussion about his studio practice and works on view. The talk will be held on Thursday, February 6, 5:15- 6 p.m. in the Museum of Art, Paul Creative Arts Center (Snow date: February 19, 12:10-1pm, PCAC, Museum of Art). On Wednesday, March 11, 12:10-1 p.m., Talk: Join Director, Kristina Durocher for curator’s talk about the current exhibitions on view. This lecture will take place in the Museum of Art, Paul Creative Art Center. On Wednesday, March 25, 6:30-7:30 ,p.m., Community Conversations: Join drop-in moderated session discussing and contextualize topics relevant to the current exhibition, Dan Mills: Human Topographies. Moderators Civil Discourse lab students. Open to all, RSVP required: Sara Claflin. This discussion will take place in the Museum of Art, PCAC.
     
     
    Amy Stacey Curtis: Transfer
    The idea of shared authorship—that visitors complete a work of art through their own understanding—is an organizing principle in Amy Stacey Curtis’ conceptual art practice. Her minimal, yet ambitious, sculptures and installations are activated through audience participation. Visitors to Transfer and mirror IV are invited to touch, perpetuate, and resolve of the exhibit’s ?ve unique works according to a prescribed set of Curtis’ instructions. Supported by the Winthrop L. Carter Gift Fund.
    Additional exhibition programming for Amy Stacey Curtis: Transfer include: mirror IV Supported by the UNH Arts Initiative Fund in collaboration with 3S Artspace and Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, and sponsored by Pierce Aluminum Company. This exhibition will take place off site at 3S Artspace 319 Vaughan St., Portsmouth from February 7 – Match 29, 2020. On Friday, February 7, 5-8 p.m., Meet the Artist: Amy Stacey Curtis: mirror IV at 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan St., Portsmouth.
     

     
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