April 17, 2016
Venue: North Carolina Museum of Art Area: West Raleigh/N.C. State Univ/PNC Arena
Admission: Free (ticket from box office required)
Wisconsin-based artist Beth Lipman discusses her work in a free public lecture made possible by the Museum’s Docent Lecture Endowment. Primarily working in glass, Lipman also employs photography and video to call attention to personal and societal issues such as mortality, consumerism, materiality and temporality. Technical tours de force, Lipman’s three-dimensional, glass still-life sculptures reinterpret art history, inspired by and often directly quoting Renaissance, Baroque and early American still-life paintings.