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Ground/work Lower Campus Talk
Saturday, May 8, 2021
11:00 AM–12:30 PM
Spend your weekends with Ground/work! Enjoy outdoor, socially distanced talks at 11 AM on Saturdays and Sundays in May and June.
Each Saturday, Clark educators lead a guided walk and conversation about three Ground/work installations: Jennie C. Jones’s These (Mournful) Shores, Analia Saban’s Teaching a Cow How to Draw, and Haegue Yang’s Migratory DMZ Birds on Asymmetric Lens. Saturday walks meet on the Fernández Terrace.
Walks may involve uneven terrain; please wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Online pre-registration and face coverings are required for all participants. Space is limited. Rain cancels this program. Please check this event listing after 9 am on the day of your visit to be notified of a cancellation.
The Clark has an all-terrain, motorized wheelchair available for these talks on a first-come, first-served basis. If you require the use of this wheelchair, please let us know in the Add Any Comments field (on the Billing Information page) when finalizing check-out for your reservation online.
Image: Jennie C. Jones, These (Mournful) Shores (detail), 2020. Courtesy of the artist and PATRON Gallery, Chicago and Alexander Gray Associates, New York and Analia Saban, Teaching a Cow How to Draw (detail), 2020. Cedar wood. Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York / Los Angeles