Featuring: Patricia Moss-Vreeland
An Exhibition Illuminating the role memory plays in relation to who we are
Patricia Moss-Vreeland’s drawings, paintings, prints, artist books, poetry, and videos are metaphoric responses and reside in concert with the interlacing of science texts, connecting the personal to the universal. In a series of conversations Moss-Vreeland’s has with Dr. Dasa Zeithamova, University of Oregon, they explore the function of the human brain to find meaning, the parallel universe of art and science, their different ways of knowing and self-expression, and the importance of stepping out of our silos and forming relationships. Moss-Vreeland integrates her ongoing inquiry about the social impact of memory in new works, adding another layer of meaning, along with new sensory components.
Beginning March 10, guests (with masks required) are invited to visit during Gallery Hours: Wednesdays & Fridays, 3:30-6:30 pm. Plus Special Gallery Hours during ArtFest.
The main open entrance is in the front of the building, lower level. Accessible entrance is in rear of building, parking lot C. Visits are self guided and our spacious building allows plenty of space for social distancing. The exhibit is on all three floors, in the galleries and select hallways. Please review our COVID-19 Response Plan when planning your visit.
Presented by Anne Arundel County Public Library, take 5 minute virtual tour of the exhibit In Search of Meaning: Memory Becomes Us by artist Patricia Moss-Vreeland followed by a Q&A with the artist and Exhibition Coordinator, Emily Kohlenstein. Learn more and register for this free program.
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