See how artists perceive urban and rural spaces through the lenses of time and human intervention at a talk with curator Brittany Corrales about exhibition "Terrestrial."
ASU Art Museum's curator chats at take place on the second and third Wednesday of each month during the academic year and offer an opportunity for visitors to get the inside scoop on exhibitions without the formality of a traditional lecture setting. Guests will spend 30 minutes walking around the exhibition and talking about the art with one of the museum's curators.
Questions and comments are highly encouraged. Curator chats are free and open to the public.
Image credit: Alan Sonfist, 'Views of New York City: Ancient and Contemporary." Serigraph, 26.25 x 26.25 in. Gift of Kimberly Cramer.