Water, Water | Pop Up Show
Time & Location
About The Event
NOTE CHANGES DUE TO THURSDAY'S IMPENDING WEATHER
Join us for a two-night event celebrating the opening of "Water, Water," WAMA’s Spring pop up invitational!
THURSDAY, APRIL 18 | 6-8PM
"Weather the Storm" Reception
Be bold, hunker down with a cash bar, and contemplate the power of nature. Guided tours of our reinstalled collection, "Artist, Naturalist, Mystic," conversations with artists, and a cash bar.
FRIDAY, APRIL 19 | 6-8 PM
"Clear Skies" Opening Party
Party with the Guest Curator, self-proclaimed "river rat" and acclaimed wilderness guide John Ruskey and work by 50 contemporary artists from across the region. Music by Della Memoria's Emily Sholes.
Sponsored by the R&B Feder Foundation.
Cost: Included in Museum admission ($10 adults, $8 seniors, military, students, and AAA); $5 children 5+. Free for members, participating artists and their families, and children under 5. Cash bar.
About the exhibition:
Coinciding with Earth Day 2019, the Walter Anderson Museum of Art mounts an exhibition of contemporary art examining the relationship between people and their waterways. Inspired by Walter Anderson’s excursions in and depictions of both salt and fresh water, this exhibition is guest curated by John Ruskey of Quapaw Canoe Company, avid adventurer, visual artist, and steward of the Mississippi River.
Water, Water takes its name from a verse from Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s "Rime of the Ancient Mariner," one of Walter Anderson’s favorite poems. The exhibition explores the myriad ways that societies interact with the water – sometimes beautifully, sometimes at odds. The exhibition is on view through May 3.
- Non-member (Free for members)$10$100$0
- Non-member Senior/Student/AAA$8$80$0
- Non-member child (5+)$5$50$0