First of Many
January 7, 2-5pm
Variety, like the name implies, is like a variety show. It is an inter-generational cultural experience that will take place at the Masur five times a year. Each edition will feature a new line-up each time! Free admission and activities!!! The first Variety will be held on January 7, 2 – 5 pm at the Masur Museum of Art. The Masur Museum is located at 1400 South Grand Street, Monroe, Louisiana 71202.
2 – 3:00 pm: Live Music!
We are finalizing an amazing musical act! More information soon!!!
3 – 4 pm: Studio Practice Lecture
Exhibiting artist Dean Dablow will discuss his life, career, and rich artistic practice.
4:15 pm: See a Raku Firing!
Alyssa Guidry Posey will walk us through the Raku firing process. What could be more interesting than pulling red hot pottery out of flaming garbage cans?!
2 – 5 pm: FREE Children’s Drop-In Activity
Bring your children and make a mobile inspired by Beili Liu’s current exhibition!
2 – 5pm: Department of Parks and Recreation Meet and Greet
Find out about the fun things the City of Monroe is doing for you and your kids!
2 – 5 pm: Designs by Zach Hannibal
Buy local! Come and snag a cool sticker, shirt, or postcard by Zach!
2 – 5 pm: Caster and Chicory
Buy local! Beignets, coffee, and more!
Come see Dean Dablow’s exhibition Everything Is Abstract and Beili Liu’s site
specific installation Sky Well. You will enjoy them both!
Visit masurmuseum.org, “like” Masur Museum of Art on Facebook, or call 318.329.2237 for more information about this and other programming.
THANK YOU TO THE LOUISIANA ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES FOR MAKING VARIETY POSSIBLE!
About the Masur Museum of Art
The Masur Museum of Art is the largest collecting and exhibiting institution of modern and contemporary art in Northeast Louisiana. We are dedicated to bringing dynamic public programming to our community that emphasizes artists from Louisiana, the Southeast, and around the world.
The Masur Museum of Art is a division of the City of Monroe’s Department of Community Affairs. Exhibitions and educational programs are funded by the Twin City Art Foundation. Programs of the Masur Museum are supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council as administered by the Northeast Louisiana Arts Council. Funding has also been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works. This project is also funded in part by a grant from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities. Further funding is provided by the Northeast Louisiana Arts Council, CenturyLink Security Systems, Yellowbook 360, and DeltaStyle magazine. For more information about events and programing please visit masurmuseum.org, like us on Facebook, or call 318.329.2237.