Join New Mexico artist Debbie Long for an immersive sunset experience in her Light Ship Willa. Long transformed Willa, a 1970’s recreation vehicle, into a light chamber fashioned with
Join New Mexico artist Debbie Long for an immersive sunset experience in her Light Ship Willa. Long transformed Willa, a 1970’s recreation vehicle, into a light chamber fashioned with individual glass castings. During this intimate two-hour viewing, you’re invited to slow down and disconnect while you watch the subtle cadence of light and shadow shift with the setting sun. Curated by the artist, this event promises to connect viewers with the rhythms of nature, planetary cycles, and art itself. Viewing groups are limited to 4 guests.
Please note that Willa is located outdoors and subject to changes in weather. Additionally, visitors must be able to use stairs to view Willa. The interior space is small, so all bags and other personal belongings must be left in the secured lockers inside the museum. It is the artist’s intention that this be an unmediated experience without the disruption of cameras or cellphones. Everyone must remove their shoes and remain seated for the duration of the viewing. Proof of vaccination and/or a negative COVID-19 test is required for this program in accordance with the Harwood’s COVID-safe policies.
Image credit: Debbie Long in her Studio, Photo by Anne Staveley
Health Guidelines for this Event
(Saturday) 6:40 pm - 8:40 pm
Tickets are not available for sale any more for this event!