Leonardo Drew’s installations at the Wadsworth speak to his fascination with the life cycle of material decomposition and transformation. Drew discusses his works at the Wadsworth, his practice, and how he invites audiences to engage with his compositions. Free and open to the public. Registration strongly encouraged.
5pm | Meet the Art–galleries and front lawn
6pm | Lecture—in theater
NOTE: There will be a live stream of this program with closed captioning. Use this link to watch virtually: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__6uZWA9BTYmojQ6IjkGwBQ
The Emily Hall Tremaine Lecture in Contemporary Art is supported by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation. Additional support is provided by The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation Fund.
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Image: Portrait of Leonardo Drew by Randy Dodson. Courtesy of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco