As part of the special exhibition Debbie Long: Light Ships, up to three people at a time may experience one-hour immersive viewings of Willa, a chamber of light and glass
As part of the special exhibition Debbie Long: Light Ships, up to three people at a time may experience one-hour immersive viewings of Willa, a chamber of light and glass installed inside a 1970s RV. The viewings are an opportunity to disconnect from devices so that you may awaken to the natural rhythms of the sky and subtle play of light through the lens of Willa.
Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before your entry time and reserve an additional hour to view the rest of the exhibition and Harwood collections. The Willa viewing experience is included with admission, which must be paid upon arrival at the museum.
It is the artist’s intention that this be an unmediated experience without the disruption of cameras or cellphones. Photography is not permitted, and we ask that you silence all devices during the viewings
We invite you to bring just yourself to the Willa viewings. The interior space is small, so all bags and other personal belongings must be left in the secured lockers inside the museum. Everyone must remove their shoes, and we ask that you remain seated. Please explore the fragile glass sculptures with your eyes and not your hands. Thank you for respecting these guidelines to create an immersive, embodied experience for all.
March 20 (Sunday) 11:30 am - October 9 (Sunday) 4:30 pm
Harwood Museum of Art
238 Ledoux Street
Note: Only three tickets are available at each viewing. If you are unable to book the number of tickets you need, please try another time.
Tickets are not available for sale any more for this event!
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