Visualizing Culture

“Visualizing Culture” with Hermitage Fellows Diana Al-Hadid, Raven Chacon, and Candice Hopkins, Thursday, May 23, 6:30pm: Art, no matter the medium, helps to make abstract concepts like culture and broad historical narrative a palpable, personal experience. Engaging directly with this idea through her work currently on display at the Sarasota Art Museum, internationally acclaimed visual artist Diana Al-Hadid’s art “is a masterclass in duality… both ancient and modern, fierce and delicate, simultaneously growing and disintegrating—reminding us there is no such thing as a fixed state,” (Vogue). In a special beach program, Al-Hadid discusses her work alongside Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Raven Chacon whose unique graphic scores capture “a concentrated and powerful musical expression with a haunting visceral impact,” (New York Times). Adding insight and nuance to the conversation is Candice Hopkins, a citizen of Carcross/Tagish First Nation whose curated exhibitions have traveled across the country and around the world. Join these remarkable creators for insights into their groundbreaking processes and perspectives on the contemporary arts landscape. Registration is required at ($5/person registration fee). Hermitage Beach, 6660 Manasota Key Road, Englewood, FL 34223

At: Hermitage Artist Retreat

6660 Manasota Key Road
Englewood FL, 34223

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