Exhibition Program: Meet Artist Anne Lindberg

Sat, 13 May, 2023 5:00pm
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Anne Lindberg installs "what color is divine light?" Photo by Cara Taylor/the George Washington University.

In over 35 years as a visual artist, Anne Lindberg has been working within broad definitions of  drawing and textiles in two and three dimensions. Join us in the galleries for an opportunity to meet the artist and discuss her site-specific installation what color is divine light?

About the Installation

Contemporary artist Anne Lindberg’s immersive installation what color is divine light? transforms light and thread into a site for contemplation and reflection on connections with ourselves, communities and individual conceptions of the divine. A series of programs within the gallery bring community members together for shared experiences designed to foster understanding and transcendence. Learn more about the installation

About Anne Lindberg

Anne Lindberg is a multimedia artist whose work centers on immersive installations and drawings that tap a non-verbal physiological landscape of body and space, provoking emotional, visceral and perceptual responses. Conceptually, her work explores questions of time, causality and sequence as they speak to the vicissitudes of human experience. Lindberg is the recipient of multiple awards, fellowships and grants, including a Painters & Sculptors Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant and a Charlotte Street Foundation Fellowship. Her work has been exhibited widely and is held in collections across the United States. Lindberg received a B.F.A. from Miami University and a M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art.

How to Participate

This program will take place in person at the museum.

About Exhibition Programs

Virtual and in-person programs explore themes from the exhibitions Prayer and Transcendence and Anne Lindberg: what color is divine light? Browse upcoming programs

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