timberland boots for men Hunter Museum Announces Artists For Hunter Invitational IV
The Hunter Museum of American Art has announced participating artists for The Hunter Invitational IV, an exhibition organized by the Hunter to present some of the most significant artwork being produced in the Southeast.
The Hunter Invitational IV, opening Sept. The Invitational will showcase current works by some of the most compelling, innovative artists in the Southeast today, said officials. With an eye toward trends in the art world and on current events, Ms. Makrandi has chosen eight artists working in a range of mediums and subject matter. The Hunter Invitational IV will give visitors an opportunity to delight in the “discovery” of artists working in their own communities.
Stay tuned in the coming months for more detailed information about featured artists and exhibit related events.
General admission to the Hunter Museum, including this special exhibition, is $15 for adults and free for youth 17 and under. As always, members are admitted free.
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