Slow Art Pop-Up Workshop

02Apr2:00 pm2:30 pmSlow Art Pop-Up WorkshopLook

A woman sits on square yellow benchs in the center of an octagonal gallery. She is surrounded by three large, square paintings by Agnes Martin. A round oculus in the ceiling lets in natural light.

Event Details

As part of International Slow Art Day, Curator of Education and Public Programs, Gwendolyn Fernandez, will lead a 30-minute guided slow look and discussion in the galleries. Most museum visitors spend just a few seconds with a work of art. In this mini-workshop, you’ll learn techniques for taking a deeper dive and find joy in discovering something new. We will be looking at Gus Foster’s Sunset, Moonrise, Highline Ridge, Taos County, New Mexico. 

Space is limited. Advance registration is recommended. This event is included with admission.

Image credit: (top) Agnes Martin Gallery, Photo by Andrew Yates. (bottom) Gus Foster, Sunset, Moonrise, Highline Ridge, Taos County, New Mexico, 1980. 403°archival pigment print.Courtesy of the artist.



(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm


Tickets are not available for sale any more for this event!