Event is FREE and open to all. Light hors d’oeuvres will be served, with cash only bar available. Plenty of parking will be available in the UVM Votey Lot on the west side of the Museum starting at 5:00PM
Poetry Reading: "Black Metamorphoses"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 at 5:30PM
What does reinforced power and human desire look like across time and history? What does it feel like in the body? Black Metamorphoses pierces a 2000+ year-old veil connecting directly to Ovid's Metamorphoses in both a conversation and an interrogation.
Join us as we welcome artist, journalist, poet, and curator Shanta Lee back to the Fleming Museum. Lee reads selections from her newest collection of poetry, Black Metamorphoses, and discusses her current exhibitions Dark Goddess and Object-Defied.
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, MARCH 31 and APRIL 1st
Events and programs are scheduled to include poetry readings, tours at the Fleming Museum and the Silver Special Collections Library, faculty panel discussions, Lane Series concerts, and more. Stay tuned, more details to come!
Gallery Talk on Josef Albers' "Formulation: Articulation"
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 at 5:30PM
Join UVM Professor of Printmaking Jane Kent and Associate Professor of Painting Pamela Fraser as they discuss Josef Albers’ Formulation: Articulation and share their insights on the work of the influential color artist and teacher.
Gallery Talk: We Love Hue
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3 at 5:30PM
Why is color so essential to the human experience and how is our relationship to it changing? With Jonathan Mikulak, Creative Director at Solidarity of Unbridled Labour and Michael Jager, Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Solidarity of Unbridled Labour
The Fleming Reimagined: Dismantling Historical Oppression and Confronting Institutional Racism
The staff at the Fleming Museum have been reckoning with how to become an anti-racist museum that’s more responsive, relevant, and inclusive. We want to know what you think about our ongoing conversations about our values and priorities.