On Friday, November 3, guests of the Art Crawl experienced an exciting and diverse array of photographs, paintings, multi-media installations, and sculpture. Four galleries at Stony Brook University were featured at the second event of the semester. Art Crawls unite Stony Brook University’s galleries through a series of free, guided tours led by expert curators.
The Art Crawl is supported by a Presidential Mini-Grant for Department Diversity Initiatives. The first stop, “World War I Through the Lens,” is part of World War I and America, a two-year national initiative of The Library of America presented in partnership with The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the National World War I Museum and Memorial, and other organizations, with generous support from The National Endowment for the Humanities.
1 – 3pm to 3:25pm: “World War I Through the Lens: Photographs of the Western Front, 1914-1918,” Central Reading Room, Melville Library, Level 1
2 – 3:30pm to 3:55pm: “Oeuvre,” North Reading Room, Melville Library, Level 2
3 – 4pm to 4:25pm: “Lisa Park: Manifesting Invisibles,” Simons Center Gallery
4 – 4:30pm to 5pm: “Sara Greenberger Rafferty: Gloves Off,” Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, Staller Center (and reception)
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