Join us Saturday June 23 from 5-7 pm for a discussion and exhibit featuring the work of ASCC faculty member Maj Kalfus, who works from family photos and her own memories in oil and collage. She has been inspired by the work of Marcel Proust and W H. Auden. The discussion and exhibit also incudes the work of ASCC faculty member Jamie Hankin who has photographed a local field over several months in the series “Winter’s Approach.” He shares: “My original inspiration for these images was my memory of Matthew Brady’s photographs of the Civil War Battlefields at Gettysburg and Antietam. Emotions of needless death, abandonment and waste were transformed in my memory.”
This program is the third part of ASCC’s ongoing exploration of Migration, Movement and Memory in our region, and will also feature an online exhibit of selected works from the collections of the Columbia County Historical Society. The event is free and open to the public, and refreshments are served. Program made possible in part with funding from Humanities NY and community donors like you. Thank you.