The Walters Art Museum joins organizations worldwide in celebrating Slow Art Day on Saturday April 11, 2015.
On Saturday, April 11, come to the Walters and view five works selected by members of the Baltimore arts community. Look at each piece for 5 – 10 minutes each (or longer!). At 1pm, stop by the Café for a discussion about the experience with other participants.
For more information about Slow Art Day, visit http://www.slowartday.com/.
Works for Slow Art Day selected by:
In addition to maintaining her own studio practice, Alex Ebstein is the co-founder and co-director of Nudashank, an artist-run, contemporary gallery in downtown Baltimore.
As Director, Deana Haggag transformed The Contemporary into a roving, responsive entity capable of bringing art into various locations throughout Baltimore City.
Multidisciplinary artists Hoesy Corona and Ada Pinkston created LABBODIES, a performance art laboratory dedicated to showcasing new methodologies for engagement and enactment.
Michael Farley is a Baltimore artist known for immersive installation work, performative alter ego Ellen Degenerate and critical writing featured in Baltimore Citypaper, OutLoud, What Weekly and Bmore Art.