Museum Related News
New Exhibit at HMA: The Hypogean Tip by Rachel Owens
A new exhibit with connections to our local history is opening at the Housatonic Museum of Art on February 6, 2020. Entitled “The Hypogean Tip”, artist Rachel Owens’ exhibit explores both Bridgeport’s and our larger nation’s past, and will run from February 6 through March 21, 2020.
Art Enthusiasts Gather At HMA Artist Event
Earlier this month, on December 4, a crowd of art enthusiasts came out to join artist Joseph Saccio as he provided an exclusive walk through of his solo exhibition: “In a Dark Wood, Wandering,” at the Housatonic Museum of Art. The ambitious career survey exhibition was on view in the Burt Chernow Galleries through December 14th.
Saccio Exhibit Opening A Smash At Housatonic Museum Of Art
On Thursday, November 7, a crowd of 207 art lovers gathered at the Housatonic Museum of Art to attend the opening reception for “In a Dark Wood, Wandering,” a survey exhibition of sculptures by New Haven artist Joseph Saccio.
New Exhibit: In a Dark Wood, Wandering at Housatonic Museum of Art
The Housatonic Museum of Art proudly presents a career survey exhibition of sculpture by artist Joseph Saccio entitled, “In a Dark Wood, Wandering.” The show features a selection of two dozen large-scale sculptures, and takes inspiration from mythology, nature and the struggle of living.
Housatonic Museum of Art Nominated for 2019 National Medal for Museum ServiceWritten by Laura Roberts
The Housatonic Museum of Art (HMA) announced today that the Museum has been nominated for The Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) 2019 National Medal of honor.
With another noreaster hitting this week, and just in time for spring, curator D. Dominick Lombardi will provide a gallery talk of a nature-inspired exhibition currently on view at the Housatonic Museum of Art.
When Caged Birds Sing - Tour and Remarks by Rep. Jim HimesWritten by Matt Fischer
Tour and walkthrough of When Caged Birds Sing by Artist Ann Weiner. Closing remarks by Rep. Jim Himes. The sculpture installation “When Caged Birds Sing” focuses on the stories of eight women who have each endured the pain of physical, psychological or/and emotional abuse because of their gender and who have survived and bravely gone on to advocate for change on behalf of other women who are still at risk. Visit Annweiner.com for more details and contact information Tour and…
Come to a powerful night of art, conversation, inspiration and activism that includes viewing the powerful art exhibit “When Caged Birds Sing,” and hearing a talk on “art as activism” by the exhibit’s creator, sculptor Ann Weiner..
Human Rights Panel Discussion: OUT of the SHADOWSWritten by Laura Roberts
On Thursday, February 8th the Housatonic Museum of Art will present the program, Human Rights Panel Discussion: Out of the Shadows, offering a powerhouse collection of experts on urgent human rights issues.