MEMBERS MAGAZINE September 2015 - February 2016 HUNTINGTON MUSEUM OF ART H U N T I N G TO N MUSEUM OF ART 2033 McCoy Road Huntington WV 25701- 4999 The Royal MuseuM Ball DesTinaTion inDia February 27th FOR TICKET OR SPONSORSHIP INFO CALL 304.529.2701 OR VISIT WWW.HMOA.ORG West Virginia residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial documents from the Secretary of State State Capitol Charleston WV 25305. Registration does not imply endorsement. HMA is fully accessible. HUNTINGTON MUSEUM OF ART 6 p.m. to Midnight 1 I am delighted to have arrived here in Huntington and to have taken up my position at the Huntington Museum of Art. As many of you know the museum has a rich collection and an important history as a place for people of all ages to learn about the arts and cultures from around the world. We have a number of interesting and important exhibits and programs soon to open at the museum. First up is Water Water Everywhere Paean to a Vanishing Resource which will include videos created by 41 different artists all that relate to the subject of water. In this day and age when water is quickly becoming a commodity that is fought over this video exhibition will help the visitor understand the changing nature of its use through the eyes of artists from around the world. This will be followed by the reintroduction of the long-awaited Exhibition 280 which will include contemporary works from artists in West Virginia and from the neighboring states of Kentucky Maryland Ohio Pennsylvania and Virginia. This juried exhibition includes nearly every kind of media and will certainly provide viewers with something that will inspire them. Later this autumn an exhibition documenting 25 years of collecting by the Fitzpatrick Society will open. For those unfamiliar with their work members of the Society provide funds for the acquisition of new artworks for the museum collection. Our devoted volunteer Don Harper left an endowment for the Society so that in the future they could acquire even more important works for the collection. This exhibition will showcase their achievements over the past two and a half decades. The end of the year will be rounded out by an exhibit of the work of William Brouillard and a small exhibit of works selected by trustees. Be on the watch for our Halloween-themed tour Harry Potter and the Permanent Collection which takes place on October 27. The ever-popular Holiday Open House which this year is presented by Camden Park will take place on December 6 and will include a performance by the Huntington Dance Theatre among others. I look forward to meeting many of you as you join us at these wonderful exhibits and programs. Geoffrey K. Fleming Executive Director Letter from the Executive Director HMA Executive Director Geoffrey K. Fleming poses beside Childe Hassams Windmill at Sundown East Hampton which was a gift to HMA from Ruth Woods Dayton as part of The Daywood Collection. Geoffs first day at HMA was July 1. 2 Board of Trustees STAFF Geoffrey K. Fleming Executive Director John Arthur Facilities Assistant Carol Bailey Development Director Dr. Mike Beck Conservatory Director Ruth Ann Burke Weekend Receptionist Judy Clark Executive Assistant Katherine Cox Education Director Cynthia Dearborn Museum Schools Coordinator Carol Eiselstein Museum Shop Buyer Volunteer John Farley PreparatorAssistant Curator John Gillispie Public Relations Director Christopher Hatten Senior CuratorLibrary Director Billie Marie Karnes Finance Director Kathleen Kneafsey Artist in Residence George Lanham Museum Educator Matt Matney Facilities Director Sandy McNeer Development Database Administrator Tess Moore Development Officer Chris Music Facilities Assistant Ama Napier ReceptionistAdministrator Janice Noah Weekend Shop Assistant Cheryl Roberts Facilities Assistant Part-time Linda Sanns Registrar Ashley Saunders Museum Shop Manager John Spurlock Curatorial Assistant John Weber Special Projects Volunteer Vision Statement The Huntington Museum of Art will become an integral part of the lives of all citizens facilitating creativity access and opportunity to the social structure of the region. Mission Statement The Huntington Museum of Art serves the public as a museum and cultural center and in the greater community acts as a presence and advocate for the areas of arts education and nature. COVER Janet Fish American born 1938 Zinnias and Apple 1995. Woodcut edition 1065 plate 24 x 18 paper 32 x 24. Funds provided by the Fitzpat- rick Society 2008.4.1. INSIDE FRONT COVER The 2016 Museum Ball is scheduled to take place on February 27 and is a major fundraiser for the Huntington Museum of Art. INSIDE BACK COVER Snapshots from various HMA events. BACK COVER Asa Maria Bengtsson and Ewa Cederstam Still from Flow 2006. Video. Sound 1406. This is from the exhibit Water Water Everywhere Paean to a Vanishing Resource which was curated by Jennifer Heath and is a project of Baksun Books Arts. Free Tuesdays at HMACourtesy of Macys Tuesdays are free admission days at HMA. Our Tuesday hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Free Tuesdays at HMA in 2015 are generously sponsored by Macys. Monte Ward President Barbara Moses Atkins Vice President Paul Jacobson Treasurer Patricia Proctor Secretary Dr. Sarah Denman Immediate Past President Executive Committee Doris Andrews Ava G. Bicknell Jimelle Walker Bowen Andy Broh Shelia Brownfield Cathy Burns Liza Caldwell Tyson Compton Deborah Cooley Harriette Cyrus Dr. Sarah Denman Gaye Fearing Alex Franklin Teresa L. Deppner Hardin Cheryl Henderson Linda Holmes Carolyn Hunter Brandi Jacobs-Jones Dr. Dolores Johnson Christie Kinsey Executive Committee Doug Korstanje Halcyon Moses Dr. Maurice Mufson Lee Oxley Executive Committee Marilyn Polan Jessica Pressman Edward Rahal Phoebe Patton Randolph Brandy Roisman Executive Committee Thomas Scarr Carter Seaton Elizabeth Appell Sheets Susan Shields Christopher Slaughter Jerry Sutphin Wendy Thomas Edward Tucker EX-OFFICIO Includes Marshall University President Ed Dawson The Herald-Dispatch William Smith Cabell County Schools Don Van Horn Marshall University College of Arts and Media EMERITUS TRUSTEES George R. Andrick Carolyn Bagby Alex E. Booth Jr. Michael Cornfeld Gayle Cox Robert Y. Csernica Interim Director Emeritus Dr. R. Lawrence Dunworth Mrs. John R. Hall R. Sterling Hall C. Don Hatfield Joyce Levy Mrs. Selden S. McNeer Jr. R. O. Robertson Jr. Dr. Thomas F. Scott Ann Speer Dr. Joseph B. Touma David Todd Joan Weisberg Executive Committee HONORARY TRUSTEES Janet Bromley Mary Hodges Gayle Manchin 3 Water Water Everywhere Paean to a Vanishing Resource Water is the worlds most crucial resource and the basis for all earthly life. Its preservation and protection may be our greatest environmental challenge. The global water crisis affects everyone from those lacking enough to those experiencing uncontrollable floods that wash away homes and land and wildlife. Water Water Everywhere Paean to a Vanishing Resource will bring to light the sanctity of water and its sources as well as the beauty and strangeness of water. The exhibition is comprised of 30-second to 30-minute films from 41 artists worldwide exploring water issues from the political to the personal and from ethics to aesthetics with works that are documentary experimental educational humorous solemn animated or acted. Among the vibrant works in Water Water Everywhere is a 22-minute International Rivers feature A River Runs Through Us describing the threats facing rivers particularly from dams Icelock a 30-second short illustrating the melting of glaciers by Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Acquarone a 3-minute film The Kabul Sea by Afghan filmmaker Alka Sadat about the Kabul River a 22-minute film from Evan Abramson Carbon for Water about profound water disasters in Africa a 4-minute film from Indonesian artist Monika Hapsari called Big Trash that looks at agriculture and overpopulation a performance film by British artist Claudia Borgna called Sweep and Weep Weep and Sweep in which she cleans the beaches a 14-minute teaching documentary by Friends of the Earth Middle East called Good Water Neighbors an 8-minute work Jacques del Conte called A Colossal Fracking Mess a 5-minute film by Canadian Liz Marshall about deadly tar sands and more from Europe Latin America Africa South Central and East Asia as well as North America. The exhibition is curated by Jennifer Heath an independent scholar award-winning cultural journalist critic curator and activist. Her many exhibitions include The Veil Visible Invisible Spaces and The Art We Love to Hate Black Velvet. She is the author of nine books of fiction and non-fiction including Land of the Unconquerable The Lives of Contemporary Afghan Women from the University of California Press. Gallery 3 September 19 2015 - June 19 2016 OpeningreceptiontakesplaceonSeptember222015at7p.m.attheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.AdmissiontothisMacysFree Tuesdayeventisfreeaspartofthe4thTuesdaySeriesatHMA.Refreshmentswillbeserved.Dr.MikeBeckHMAsConservatory DirectorywillconductseveralexperimentsincludingtheelectrolysisofwaterinHMAsEducationGallery.OpeningReception Generously Sponsored by the Marshall University College of Science in Memory of Shelba Glenn Pew. This exhibit is a project of Baksun Books Arts. For more information on this exhibit visit www.waterwatereverywhere-artshow.com. Special Thanks to the members of HMAs NXTGEN Committee who helped in the planning for this exhibit. This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Evan Abramson and Carmen Elsa Lopez Still from Carbon for Water 2011. High definition video. Sound 22 minutes. This work is included in Water Water Everywhere Paean to a Vanishing Resource. 4 Exhibition 280 Daywood Gallery October 10 2015 - February 14 2016 Opening reception for this event takes place on Saturday October 10 2015 from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is free. Throughout the history of the Huntington Museum of Art one of its most important roles has been providing a venue for regional artists. Exhibition 280 is a regional juried exhibition presented by the Huntington Museum of Art in altered versions since 1953 one year after the founding of the institution. Originally the radius for eligibility was small reaching out to artists living in an 80-mile radius of Huntington. Later the boundaries were widened to 180 miles then 280. Now all artists who are 18 years of age or older who reside in West Virginia and her contiguous neighbor states Virginia Kentucky Ohio Pennsylvania and Maryland may participate. We are pleased to work with Patterson Sims our juror for this years competition. Sims has an impressive background in the arts concentrated in the modern and contemporary field with a specialty in American modernism and contemporary art. He served as Director of the Montclair Art Museum from 2001 2008. He was Deputy Director for Research Support at The Museum of Modern Art from 1996 2001. He served as Associate Director of Art and Exhibitions and Curator of Modern Art at the Seattle Art Museum. Additionally he worked at the Whitney Museum from 1976 1987. He has authored books on Ellsworth Kelly Jan Matulka Willie Cole and Philip Pearlstein as well as writing on a wide range of artists including Viola Frey James Surls Georgia OKeeffe Ad Reinhardt and Charles Burchfield. Thanks to Jack and Angie Bourdelais For generously sponsoring the Awards of Excellence Presented with support from Macys and the following individuals Robert and Christine Anderson In Memory of Julia Kathryn and Edward Baughman Maxine K. Baur In Memory of Dr. Jack H. Baur BASIC Supply Company Inc. In Memory of Joseph Sr. Loretta Lawson Williams Barrie Kaufman In Honor of Jenine Culligan Margaret Mary Layne In Memory of Dr. John E. Dolin Joanne Maynard In Memory of Martha Ambrose Bieler Charles McKay M.D. In Memory of Bernice McKay Robert Olson In Memory of Catherine Cummings Mary Patricia Owen In Memory of Catherine E. Childers Shirley Pugh In Memory of Janarie Cole Rose Riter In Honor of Cindy Dearborn Anne Shuff In Memory of Marjorie Hollandsworth Mrs. Charles E. Turner In Memory of Dr. Charles Turner Kristi D. Wheeler In Honor of Alexander and Ethan Bailey Joseph and Shirley Williams In Memory of Joseph Sr. Loretta Williams and Lee Willene Johnson This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Brian Kreydatus American b. 1969 Officer King 2006. Oil on canvas 60 x 48 x 2-12. Museum purchase award from Exhibition 280 2007.9. 5 The Fitzpatrick Society 25 Years of Gifts to the Collection The Huntington Museum of Art owes its existence to the generosity of Herbert Fitzpatrick a local attorney who had a strong desire to enrich the cultural life of his adopted hometown. His gifts of 52 acres and an extensive collection of artwork provided the foundation for the effort to establish the Huntington Galleries which opened in 1952. It was thus very appropriate that an organization that was created in 1989 to help foster the growth of the museums art collection was named the Fitzpatrick Society. The Society enlists the help of interested art lovers who pay membership dues to belong to the group. The dues are then used to purchase additional artworks for the collection. A number of potential purchases are displayed at the Societys annual meeting and members are allowed to cast a vote to pick their favorite work. The leading vote-getter is then purchased by the museum and added to the collection. Depending on available revenue some years have seen multiple items acquired through Society funds. The Fitzpatrick Society received a substantial boost in its ability to purchase works of art when it became the beneficiary of a bequest from the estate of longtime docent and museum supporter Don Harper. Mr. Harper a Huntington native enjoyed a lengthy career in government service in Washington D.C. Following his retirement he returned to live in his hometown and became a dedicated volunteer at the museum. The bequest that followed his passing in 2003 specified that a large portion of the funds from his estate should be used as an endowment to benefit the activities of the Fitzpatrick Society. In addition to its primary focus upon enriching the museums art collection the Donald B. Harper Endowment also supports scholarly and educational initiatives at the Museum including publishing and docent education and enrichment. Since its first purchases were made in 1990 more than 30 works have been added to the museum collection through the efforts of the Society. These works mirror the diverse nature of the HMA collection and include everything from a centuries-old Inuit story board to contemporary works on paper old master prints photographs paintings and studio glass. Several of the acquisitions have aided the Museums attempts to collect representative works by visiting artists in the Walter Gropius Master Artist Series. For information on joining the Fitzpatrick Society please contact HMA Development Director Carol Bailey cbaileyhmoa.org. This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Daine Gallery October 24 2015 - February 7 2016 Opening reception takes place on Sunday October 25 2015 from 2 to 4 p.m. This exhibit will be accompanied by a catalogue which will be available for purchase in the Museum Shop. Olivia Parker American b. 1941 Circles 1999. Digital image image 31 x 38 framed 34 14 x 41 12 x 2. Funds provided by The Fitzpatrick Society 2000.5. Abastenia St. Leger Eberle American 1878-1942 The Interruption c. 1912. Bronze overall A sculpture 12 14 x 9 14 x 8 34 overall B wood base 1 12 x 11 x 10. Funds provided by The Fitzpatrick Society and the Donald B. Harper Endowment 2010.8AB. 6 Two bronze pieces made while I was in graduate school contain the same references to nest and house as much of my sculptural clay work. I had never worked in bronze and was very interested in exploring it. What I found was the process of bronze casting shares many of the same aspects that I enjoy about working in clay. There are many steps in the process of making things in clay and I enjoy the fact that you have to be both diligent and patient. I also enjoy putting pieces and parts together. Working in bronze shares all of these qualities with many steps to the final piece. To create these particular bronze pieces I began with the building of the nest and house out of sticks. Then I made several investments or molds of the pieces including the legs. The investments were then placed into a kiln where the actual sticks were burned out leaving a void to be filled with bronze. Next bronze was then poured into the investment and allowed to cool. Once cool the bronze pieces were broken out of the investment and cleaned. I then welded the pieces and parts together to create the final forms. You can see how these multiple steps are very similar to the making firing glazing and firing again of clay pieces. The transition from clay to bronze as materials and processes was an easy and enjoyable one for me. Bronze also has the one quality that I love so much about clay. While both materials are very rigid once they are completed works they still reveal the fluidity and softness that they possessed during their making. About the Artist Kathleen Kneafsey holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ceramics from Clemson University a Master of Arts in ceramics from Marshall University and a Master of Fine Arts in ceramics from Miami University. She is the artist-in-residence at the Huntington Museum of Art where she maintains the ceramics studio teaches classes for adults and children and is responsible for inviting and overseeing renowned ceramic artists for the museums Walter Gropius Masters Workshop Series. Her work has been included in many national exhibitions and publications and is held in both private and public collections. She lives in Huntington West Virginia with her husband and three children. Courtyard Series Kathleen Kneafsey By Kathleen Kneafsey This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Kathleen Kneafsey Rooted House Nest 2000. Bronze 58 x 39 x 26. 7 Collection Wisdom Trustees Select I The Herald-Dispatch Presents WHAAM Original Comic Drawings from the Collection Once a uniquely American form of visual communication the modern comic book and the dynamic cast of heroes and villains spawned within its pages are enjoying a meteoric worldwide renaissance. The Herald-Dispatch Presents WHAAM Original Comic Drawings from the Collection features original comic book art comic strips and sequential drawings created by some of Americas most noted comic artists such as Bob Kane Ernie Chan and Neal Adams. This exhibit is from the Huntington Museum of Arts Michael Reynolds Collection of American Popular Culture. This exhibit is dedicated to the memory of Alfred Lee Reynolds. This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Continues through October 11 2015 Daine Gallery Graphic created by Paris Signs Huntington W.Va. Continues through November 8 2015 Bridge Gallery Out of the more than 15000 works of art in the permanent collection at the Huntington Museum of Art which work would you choose as your favorite and why For a series of eclectic exhibits we are calling Collection Wisdom we are posing that question to folks who know the collection well HMAs staff members and Board of Trustees. Coming on the heels of Collection Wisdom Staff Selects the Board of Trustees Member selections offer a variety of artistic styles and media. Works on view will include Road and River by Edward Willis Redfield American 1869-1962 selected by Doris Andrews Trustee and Museum Shop Volunteer. Come see what has been selected and why and think about your favorite work Presented with appreciation by the Huntington Museum of Art staff. This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Edward Willis Redfield American 1869-1965 Road and River 1926. Oil on canvas 26 x 32. Gift of Ruth Woods Dayton 1967.1.211. 8 On View in March 2016 This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Montas Antoine Haitian 1926-1988 The Busy Village Le Village Affaire n.d. Oil on masonite image 29-38 x 23-38 framed 36 x 30 x 1-14. Bequest of Winslow Anderson 2008.5.59. This work will be included in the exhibit titled Macys Presents Haitian Art from the Permanent Collection which will be on view beginning March 12 2016 at HMA. 9 New Acquisitions Koo Schadler American b. 1962 A Perfect Round Snow Hare and Landscape Triptych 2014. Egg tempera on true gesso panel 10 18 x 22 58 framed. Funds provided by the Fitzpatrick Society and the Donald B. Harper Endowment. Ina Annette American 1901-1990 Bonita Sand 1931. Lithograph edition 312 plate 8 x 11 framed 15 x 18 38. Gift of Harvey and Jennifer Peyton. Albert Pfarr American Y-5-433 2013. Glazed earthenware 102 x 36 dia. Gift of the artist. Shields Landon S. L. Jones American 1901-1997 Untitled portrait of a man. Pen and pastel on cardboard n. d. 12 x 6 . Gift of Louise and Lake Polan. Louisa Chase American b. 1951 Cloudburst 1982. Color woodcut edition 525 plate 23 x 23 framed 31 x 30 . Thicket 1983. Color woodcut with watercolor edition 1725 plate 29 x 35 framed 35 x 40 . Gifts of Dr. Gina Puzzuoli. Chuck Ripper American b. 1929 Dodo Bird 2014. Gouache on paper image 10 x 11 framed 17 x 17. Gift of Michael Reynolds. Roberto Moretti American b. Murano Italy 1929-1986 Black Bear 1978. Crystal hand blown glass 5 x 8 x 2 . Gift of Kay Workman. Suncatcher Blenko Glass Company Milton West Virginia 1970. Green pressed glass image of the museums library window made to commemorate the Walter Gropius designed addition 9 diameter. Gift of Chris Hatten. Flip-top Game Table American 1780-1810. Hepplewhite style mahogany and other woods 29 x 36 x 19. Gift of Peter and Thomas Jones in memory of William and Nancy Jones. Gifts Purchases Vernon Howell American b. 1935 Pigeon Holed 1978. Photography mixed media collage image 5 78 x 7 framed 10 58 x 12 . Museum purchase. Linn Meyers American b. 1968 Untitled 2013. Ink on Mylar 99 x 54. Museum purchase. Mark Pharis American b. 1947 Vase Set 2015. Earthenware 7 x 8 x 2. Museum purchase. Koo Schadler American b. 1962 A Perfect Round Snow Hare and Landscape Triptych 2014. Egg tempera on true gesso panel 10 18 x 22 58 framed. Funds provided by the Fitzpatrick Society and the Donald B. Harper Endowment. Tula Telfair American b. 1961 Encoding Will Help Recognition 2014. Oil on canvas 72 x100. Funds provided by the Fitzpatrick Society and the Donald B. Harper Endowment. Wayne Thiebaud American b. 1920 Down 18th from Recent Etchings I 1979 etching A.P. 4 plate 19 x 15 78 framed 32 x 24 . Funds provided by the Fitzpatrick Society and the Donald B. Harper Endowment. Vernon Howell American b. 1935 Pigeon Holed 1978. Photography mixed media collage image 5 78 x 7 framed 10 58 x 12 . Museum purchase. 10 WalterGropius Master Artist Series Presents Jeffrey Sippel Exhibition August 8 2015 - October 25 2015 Public Presentation October 1 2015 at 7 p.m. Alternative Lithography and Monotype Workshop will take place October 2-4 2015. Workshop Description Day one - Waterless Lithography basics with on hands participation. Day two - Water-based monotypes with collage. Day three - Combination of waterless lithography using stencils and monotype combinations. Jeffrey Sippel Leafy Green. Mixed Media on Canvas 45 x 56. Image courtesy of the artist. About the Artist Jeff Sippel Professor of Printmaking joined the faculty of the UniversityofSt.LouisMissouriin1998.Beforethattimeheserved as Education Director of Tamarind Institute from 1988 to 1998 The Ohio State University from 1985-1988 and in 1981 directed the Quensen Lithographic Studio in Lamspringe Germany. He received his B.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and his M.F.A. from Arizona State University. About the Artists work Sippel has presented more than 60 lectures and workshops throughout the world. Sippels prints and mixed media artworks have been exhibited in more than 40 solo and two-person exhibitions including exhibitions at the Schmidt Art Center Belleville IL Gallery KO 25 Hanover Germany the University of Talca Gallery of Art Santiago Chile and the Frans Masereel Centrum Kasterlee Belgium. He has also participated in more than 200 group exhibitions. Sippel is represented by Gruen Galleries in Chicago and his work is in numerous public and corporate collections on four continents including the Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Wisconsin Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City MO Bibliotheque Nationale de France Paris France and the Smithsonian National Museum of Art Washington D.C. Walter Gropius Masters Workshops The Walter Gropius Master Artist Series is funded through the generosity of the Estate of Roxanna Y. Booth who wished to assist in the development of an art education program in accordance with the proposals of Walter Gropius who designed the Museums Gropius Addition as well as the Gropius Studios. The Museum is indebted to Roxanna Y. Booths son Alex Booth for his participation in the concept development of the Gropius Master Artists Workshops. Workshop fees - Workshop fee per person per workshop is 325 for non-members 275 for Museum Members 250 for teachers 200 for students. Meet-and-greet first-day breakfast and daily lunch included in the workshop fee. The number of workshop participants is limited. How to enroll - Registration must be received at least 3 days in advance of the class starting date. All checks should be made to the Huntington Museum of Art. Most major credit cards are accepted by fax phone mail or in person or register online. Send payment to Huntington Museum of Art Education Classes 2033 McCoy Road Huntington WV 25701. For more information visit www. hmoa.org or call 304 529-2701. HMA is fully accessible Jeffrey Sippel RR. Mixed Media on Canvas 40 x 50. Image courtesy of the artist. 11 WalterGropius Master Artist Series Presents William Brouillard Exhibition November 7 2015 - February 14 2016 Public Presentation February 11 2016 at 7 p.m. The Eclectic Table Workshop will take place February 11 2016 at 7p.m. About the Artist William Brouillard grew up in a small farming town in northern Wisconsin 100 miles from the nearest big city. His high school did not offer art classes but he found a creative home in the school woodshop. This interest in woodworking led him to Stout State University in Menomonie WI where he recognized a love of functional pottery. After serving in the armed forces Brouillard returned to pursue post-baccalaureate studies at The University of Wisconsin Madison. In 1976 he earned an MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Shortly after Brouillard accepted an appointment as a resident craftsman at The Penland School of Crafts in Penland NC. There surrounded by great functional potters he perfected his skills made utilitarian stoneware and learned the business of being a studio potter. Brouillard joined the faculty of the Cleveland Institute of Art in 1980 where he has taught ceramics for the last 35 years. He also maintains a very active studio in an old Cleveland steel- making district a setting which provides continual inspiration. Brouillards work is represented in prestigious collections around the world including the Cleveland Museum of Art the Detroit Museum of Art and the Tokyo National Museum. He has also won numerous grants and awards such as an Excellence in Design Award from the American Craft Museum a McKnight Grant from the Northern Clay Center and the Schreckengost Award for Teaching from the Cleveland Institute of Art. About the Artists Work The functional ceramics of William Brouillard might be best described as uniformly eclectic. He is recognized for his vibrantly colored earthenware pottery executed in the 16th century Italian majolica tradition of enameled and decorated ceramics. While his process is rooted in traditional techniques his subject matter however is very contemporary. Brouillard sources his imagery from the old steel mills and industrial structures that shadow his Cleveland studio. The resulting vessels and platters thoughtfully incorporate elements of both traditional design and modern life. Workshop Description Standard dinnerware is designed and made as a service. Conventional services are made up of multiple place settings. There can be numerous parts to a place setting. The minimum number of parts is usually three with as many as thirty parts in some formal settings. In this workshop participants will explore non-traditional compositions of tableware that encompass variety in their design fabrication and surface. The workshop will begin with a collaborative design session then each student will present designs and prototypes for their Eclectic Table. Images of table-related works from historical and contemporary models will be shown as a reference. Using basic wheel techniques and slab construction participants will originate and fabricate place settings of dinnerware and table-related vessels using earthenware clay with majolica decoration as the basis for fabrication and surface. We will finish with greenware prototypes. Students are encouraged to come to the workshop with a statement of what you want your tableware to embody referencing historical or contemporary source materials in clay and any other research materials such as books websites music or food recipes that are related to your project research. Drawings to scale of at least two approaches to your project will be a starting point for discussion in the design session at the beginning of the workshop. William Brouillard Machine Age Fish Bowl 2013. Wheel-thrown and altered red earthenware with majolica-style glazing 26 x 26 x 5. Image courtesy of the artist. 12 WalterGropius Master Artist Series Presents Abelardo Morell Exhibition March 5 - June 16 2016 Public Presentation March 10 2016 at 700 pm The Camera Obscura Workshop will take place March 11-23 2016 Workshop Description Thisworkshop will involve students in converting various rooms at the Museum into camera obscuras. Participants will work with Abe Morell in scouting and locating suitable rooms and views. They will also be involved in the entire production of the camera obscura process. Students will be given the opportunity to create their own imagery in these darkened interiors as individuals or as small groups. They will also be challenged to make changes in the outside landscape to make the projections inside more meaningful and interesting. These activities can include setting up performances and installations to affect the outside views. Abelardo Morell Panorama of Winter Woods 2015. Black and white negatives. Image courtesy of the artist. About the Artist Abelardo Morell was born in Havana Cuba in 1948. In 1962 at the height of the Cold War he immigrated to the United States with his parents. Morell received his undergraduate degree in 1977 from Bowdoin College and an MFA from The Yale University School of Art in 1981. In 1997 he received an honorary degree from Bowdoin College. He has received a number of awards and grants including a Guggenheim fellowship in 1994 a Rappaport Prize in 2006 and he was the recipient of the International Center of Photographys Infinity Award inArt in 2011. His work has been collected and shown in many prestigious institutions including the Museum of Modern Art the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York The Chicago Art Institute The Boston Museum of Fine Art and more than 70 other museums in the United States and abroad. His publications include a photographic illustration of Alices Adventures in Wonderland 1998 by Dutton Childrens Books Camera Obscura 2004 by Bulfinch Press and a limited edition book by The Museum of Modern Art in New York of his clich verre images with a text by Oliver Sacks. He lives with his wife Lisa McElaney a filmmaker and his children Brady and Laura in Brookline Massachusetts. About the Artists Work Abelardo Morells images offer clever post-modern commentary on the nature of photography by referencing the mediums beginnings while simultaneously celebrating the ephemeral magic of light and shadow. He is best known for using a camera obscura an optical device that preceded photography and the photographic camera to create images that marry interior and exterior spaces in unexpected ways. Morrell also employs clich verre a technique of reproducing images in which a glass plate coated with collodion is etched and photographed against a black background and photograms pictures produced with photographic materials such as light-sensitive paper but without a camera in his work. 13 HMAs Studio Program Classes Workshops fall 2015 Basic Photographic Techniques Wednesdays September 2 - October 7 6 sessions 6-8 p.m. Instructor Larry Rees Studio 3 95 Members 120 Non-Members IntermediateAdvanced Photographic Techniques Thursdays September 3 - October 8 6 sessions Instructor Larry Rees 6-8 p.m. Studio 3 95 Members 120 Non-Members Creative Darkroom Techniques Thursdays October 15 - November 19 6 sessions Instructor Larry Rees 6-8 p.m. Studio 3 120 Members 145 Non-Members Figure Drawing Tuesdays September 29 - November 3 6 sessions 6-830 p.m. Instructor Katherine Cox Studio 1 180 Members 205 Non-Members Hand Building and Wheel Throwing for Adults Mondays September 14 - November 16 10 sessions 6-8 p.m. Instructor Kathleen Kneafsey Studio 4 180 Members 205 Non-Members First 25 lbs of clay is included in class price.Additional clay is 10 for 25 lbs. Open Studio Wednesdays September 16 - November 18 10 sessions 6-8 p.m. Monitor Kathleen Kneafsey Studio 4 5 15 per evening Creative Drawing Tuesdays October 6 - November 24 8 Sessions 10 a.m. - Noon Instructor Michael Cornfeld Studio 1 130 Members 150 Non-Members Basic Watercolor Tuesdays October 6 - December 1 9 sessions 1030 a.m. -1 p.m. Instructor Lisa Walden Studio 2 210 Members 235 Non-Members Advanced Watercolor Wednesdays September 30 - November 25 9 sessions 10 a.m. -1 p.m. Instructor Lisa Walden Studio 2 210 Members 235 Non-Members Creativity with Clay Sundays October 25 - November 15 4 sessions 2-4 p.m. Instructor Kathleen Kneafsey Studio 4 65 Members 80 Non-Members Middle schoolhigh school Homeschool Art Making Art Outside of the Box Wednesdays September 16 - October 7 4 sessions 11 a.m.-1230 p.m. Instructor Kathleen Kneafsey Studios 4 5 Hooray for the Holidays Tuesdays October 20 - November 3 3 sessions 6-730 p.m. Instructor Kathleen Kneafsey Studio 4 40 pair Members 60 pair Non-Members 10 each additional child This class is limited to 15 participants. Saturday KidsArt for children K-5th grades Every Saturday 1-3 p.m. Instructors Shelby Spence Grace Skiles Zoe Myers Studio 5 Saturday KidsArt is the place to be to enjoy adventures in creativity and self-expression. Kids bring your parents and grandparents and have a great time FREE thanks to the generous support of Cabell Huntington Hospital. Classes for Teens Classes for Children Community Art Groups at HMA The Huntington Calligraphers Guild Meets on the third Friday of every month in Studio 2 at 630 p.m. All skill levels are welcome. For further information call 304 523-3037 Tri-State Arts Association Membership meetingsare held monthly on the second Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. in Studio 1 at the Huntington Museum of Art. For more information please visit www.tristatearts.org Ohio Valley Camera Club If you have an interest in photographyor would like to learn more about photography we would like to invite you to join the Ohio Valley Camera Club.The clubmeets on the first and third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.For more information please visit www.ovccwv.org West Virginia Bead Society The West Virginia Bead Society is an eclectic mix of creative and innovative bead weavers an unstructured organization based on teaching encouraging and inspiring one another. Beaders meet in Studio 2 the second Saturday of every third month call 304 529-4200 for additional information. 14 Interested in Volunteering to be a Docent Looking for meaningful volunteer opportunities No art experience required just a love for learning and a willingness to share your knowledge. For more information contact Cindy Dearborn at 304 529-2701 or cdearbornhmoa.org HMA Docents Help HMA Meet its Education Mission Docents are volunteers who lead tours of the museum for visitors of all ages. We have two sets of docents at the museum Art Docents who conduct tours inside the museum and Nature Docents who guide groups along the Nature Trails. Some of HMAs docents do both Enjoy these statistics from the past year that describe the amazing volunteering the docents do in providing informative and engaging experiences for our visitors. Art Docents gave 197 tours to 8430 people. They spent 1407 hours in training and spent 992 hours conducting tours. Nature Docents gave 26 tours to 1374 people. They spent 58 hours in training and spent 131 hours conducting tours. HMAs Docents are shown during a trip to the Marshall University Visual Arts Center in downtown Huntington. 15 4th Tuesday Tours at HMA Free Tuesdays at HMACourtesy of Macys Tuesdays are free admission days at HMA. Our Tuesday hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Free Tuesdays at HMA in 2015 are generously sponsored by Macys. HMA docent Frances Case is shown guiding a group through the exhibit titled Macys Presents Women Working With Paper. HMA is the place to be on thefourth Tuesday of each month. If you are looking for an exciting interesting stimulating and fun experience wind your way up the hill to the Museum on the fourth Tuesday of each month for 4th Tuesday Tours. Every 4th Tuesday Tour is special. There is a theme or focus each time with informed and qualified docents engaging visitors. Some tours feature a guest speaker. Refreshments are included every Tuesday as well. Tours begin at 7 p.m. Admission is free to these Macys Free Tuesday events. 92215 Water Water Everywhere Paean to a Vanishing Resource Join Conservatory Director Dr. Mike Beck for an assortment of water experiments during this 4th Tuesday TourOpening Reception. This opening reception is generously sponsored by the Marshall University College of Science in Memory of Shelba Glenn Pew. 102715 Harry Potter and the Permanent Collection This fun event will include excerpts read from Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling. Costumes are strongly encouraged for this event. 112415 Come See What Youve Been Missing at HMA HMA Docents will lead guided tours through a variety of new exhibits including works by William Brouillard and Kathleen Kneafsey. Also on view will be Exhibition 280. 122215 Camden Park Presents Art on A Limb Holiday tour View HMAs Camden Park Presents Art on a Limb exhibit during this Holiday themed tour. 12616 Collection Wisdom Trustees Select II The final chapter of the Collection Wisdom exhibition series focuses on items chosen by HMA Board of Trustees. Members of the Trustees will be on hand to discuss their selections. 22316 Permanent Collection Game Night We invite you to join in the fun as we focus on the permanent collection through games. Have some Halloween fun at HMA on October 27. 16 Nature Programs at the Huntington Museum of Art TheC.FredEdwardsConservatory opened in 1996 and is West Virginias only plant conservatory. It features tropical and subtropical plants that are warm-growing non-native plants. The plants in the collection fall into four general categories Orchids Agriculturally Important Fragrant and Unusual. In addition the conservatory functions as a mini- ecosystem where plants and animals live together to the benefit of one another. This mutually beneficial relationship is apparent in two of our three fish ponds which function without filtration. Due to the presence of a sculpture the Koi pond does contain a filtration system. The Museums 52-acre property includes more than 40 acres of hillside that is retained in its natural woodland state. This is where youll find our nature trail a well-marked maintained trail approximately one mile in length. The trail has a variety of inclines from nearly flat to gently sloping to steep. HMAs trail tour called a Walk in the Woods takes place spring through fall when the weather is comfortable and agreeable. HMAs Nature Docent program provides training on touring techniques as well as information about the flora and fauna within our wooded trails. In addition Nature Docents help to keep the trails in good shape for touring. Nature camp has taken place at HMA for decades. Campers enjoy walks on the trails learning tree identification and studying root formations among other things. A favorite activity is exploration in the creek. In addition campers enjoy time inside participating in studio activities. Learning how to use a microscope and dissecting owl pellets are just two of the really exciting indoor activities. Shown is a peaceful path in the C. Fred Edwards Conservatory at HMA. Students led by Nature Docent AJ Stovitz view the woodlands from the Othel Rogers Overlook on the nature trail. 17 This poison dart frog is popular with visitors. In the wild these dart frogs are believed to be poisonous because of the insects that they eat. Dr. Mike Beck is shown with a banana harvest from the C. Fred Edwards Conservatory. Shown is part of the nature trail located on HMAs 52 acres. HMA Nature Docents from left to right are Susan Shields AJ Stovitz Bernard Adkins Helen Gibbins Jim Case Len Deutsch Ron Alexander Rose Riter and Dr. Mike Beck HMAs Conservatory Director. Nature Docents absent from the photo are Frances Case Joyce Holland Peggy Pollard Jim Boggess and Ron Morgan. Joyce Holland is shown trimming plants along the Sensory Trail. Campers look for salamanders and other creatures in the creek.A camper dissects an owl pellet. 18 Camden Park Presents Art on a Limb November 24 2015 - January 10 2016 Virginia Van Zandt Great Hall and throughout the Museum Area artists add their creative touch to help celebrate the season at HMA. Trees throughout the museum are adorned with beautiful handmade artwork giving an extra sparkle in the air during the holidays. The West Virginia Bead Society strings thousands and thousands of glass beads to make intricate ornaments. Area Folk Artists brighten up the hallway with colorful decorations. Members of the Tri- Area Needle Arts use fabrics and threads colors and textures to liven up their tree. The Wood Workers decorate their tree with amazing lathe-turned and hand-carved sculptures. The Calligraphers Guild adorns their tree with finely crafted artful designs. In the main entrance of the museum is the Palette Tree with palettes painted and designed by 48 different artists. Palette Tree artists include Adrian Blackstock Arose Samantha Belcher Mike Bowen Bruce Bowersock Allison Broome Helen Chilton Fern Christian Rob Cleland Paula Clendenin Miyuki Cook Michael Cornfeld Eva Cox Benjy Davies John Farley Rabert Fulks Betty Gay Joann Gelin Ron Haeberle Ian Hagarty Charlie Jupiter Hamilton Hayson Harrison Barrie Kaufman Danny Kaufmann Kathleen Kneafsey Clarice Kumlien Natalie Larsen Staci Leech- Cornell Janet Lester Kevin Lyles Leona Mackey Peter Massing Jamie Miller Mark Tobin Moore Poochie Myers Reiden Overbo Eric Pardue Jeff Pierson Susan Petryszak Sandra Reed Chuck Ripper Jordan Sheils John Spurlock Michelle Strader Maggie Starcher Tom Suter Brent Thomas Lisa Walden and Kristen Zammiello. The Palette Tree in the Virginia Van Zandt Great Hall features the work of 48 regional artists. 19 Hours for Holiday Open House on December 6 2015 are from 1 to 4 p.m. Admission is free but visitors are encouraged to bring nonperishable food for the Facing Hunger Foodbank and warm clothes for the Cridlin Food Clothing Pantry. Graphic courtesy of Paris Signs Huntington W.Va. 20 Michael Cornfeld named Volunteer of the Year Hes a Trustee a Docent and Emeritus President of the Board of Trustees and now Michael Cornfeld is HMAs 2015 Volunteer of the Year. Congratulations and thanks to you Mike who serves on our Collections Committee and attends weekly docent training to prepare him to lead hundreds of schoolchildren on Museum tours throughout the year. HMA wants to take this opportunity to thank the hundreds of volunteers who assist the staff in so many ways. Volunteers help make HMA great and there are many ways that people can volunteer their time and talents. Docents lead tours and introduce art to many schoolchildren each year. Volunteers also help with fundraisers such as the Museum Ball and Macys Presents Hilltop Books Only. Volunteers help out in the conservatory and help spruce up the grounds and volunteer time to help in the Museum Shop and the James D. Francis Art Library at HMA. Previous HMA Volunteer of the Year award winners and the year they were honored include Joyce Levy 1996 Julienne McNeer 1997 Rose Riter 1998 Robert Csernica 1999 Terry Deppner Hardin 2000 Patsy Lansaw 2001 Donnel Horn 2002 Gayle Cox 2003 Ann Csernica 2004 Sarah Battaile 2005 Elizabeth Appell Sheets 2006 William Bill S. Wain 2007 Christie Kinsey 2008 Charles Charlie Brown 2009 Nancy Echols 2010 Gretchen Dascoli 2011 Susan Shields 2012 Patricia Parker Agee 2013 and Doris Andrews 2014. If you are interested in volunteering please contact the front desk for information about volunteer opportunities at 304 529-2701. Michael Cornfeld speaks to those in attendance after being named HMAs 2015 Volunteer of the Year. 21 HMA Sets Goal to Acquire Works by Early West Virginia Artists The Huntington Museum of Art has announced the acquisition of an 1871 painting by Joseph Rusling Meeker titled Morning on the Ohio River. The painting which is currently on view in the Herman Palmer Dean Firearms Collection gallery was created in the same year that Huntington was founded. Acquiring the Meeker painting is part of a goal by new HMA Executive Director Geoffrey K. Fleming to create a collection of artwork that either depicts West Virginia and its important River Valleys or that features artwork by West Virginia artists prior to 1940. This collection focusing on depictions of West Virginia and works by early West Virginia artists will help round out HMAs outstanding permanent art collection of more than 15000 works. This painting is an important work and I am happy to say that it has found a home at the Huntington Museum of Art Fleming said. I believe there are many quality works depicting West Virginia or created by West Virginia artists that are affordable and could become part of HMAs permanent collection if funding can be found for this purpose. Fleming noted the Museum is seeking the donation of works that meet the above criteria to also help build this collection. There are few things more enriching than to be able to visit a museum and view artworks that depict the place in which we were raised and live he continued. Meeker was born in Auburn New York in 1827. He moved to New York City in 1845 to study at the National Academy of Design. His first art studio was established four years later in Buffalo New York. Meeker lived in Louisville Ky. for most of the 1850s before relocating to St. Louis. Meekers time in the U.S. Navy during the Civil War gave him the opportunity to study American waterways. Although he was a portrait artist earlier in his career Meeker would later focus on landscapes that included important American waterways. Meeker died in 1887. During his lifetime Meekers work was shown at the American Art-Union the Boston Art Club National Academy of Design and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Meekers artwork will join the permanent collection of the Huntington Museum of Art but it can also be found in the collections of the University of Kentucky Lexington Brooklyn Museum New York the Saint Louis Art Museum and Washington University Gallery of Art among others. Joseph Rusling Meeker American 1827-1887 Morning on the Ohio River 1871. Oil on canvas 12 x 18. Photo by John Spurlock. 22 Work on 2016 Open Door Membership Campaign Begins Jules Adolphe Breton French 1827-1906 Love Tokens after 1855. Oil on canvas image 18 12 x 26. Gift of Herbert Fitzpatrick 1952.462. The Huntington Museum of Art is happy to announce that three longtime friends of the museum are chairing the 2016 Open Door Membership Campaign. Those three chairs are Harriette Cyrus Sarah Denman and Carolyn Hunter. They have selected Love Tokens by Jules Adolphe Breton which features three women as the symbol for the 2016 campaign which continues through June 30 2016. The fundraising goal for the 2016 Open Door Membership Campaign is 330000 and HMA appreciates each and every gift that it receives. If you have questions about your membership or would like to renew your membership contact HMA Development Officer Tess Moore at 304 529-2701 Ext. 327. You can also renew your membership online at www.hmoa.org. West Virginia residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial documents from the Secretary of State State Capitol Charleston WV 25305. Registration does not imply endorsement. 23 Huntington Symphony Concerts Call 304 781-8343 or visit www.huntingtonsymphony.org for upcoming concert and ticket information. HSO and HMA have collaborated for many years to promote arts in the Tri-State Region. Events The Museum Shops Holiday Preview will take place on November 10 2015 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Holiday gifts and decorations will be highlighted. Refreshments will be served. The Museum Shop offers regional artwork jewelry childrens gifts stationery books wedding gifts baby gifts and much more. Camden Park Presents Holiday Open House will take place on December 6 2015 from 1 to 4 p.m. with entertainment a visit from Santa Claus childrens art activities and refreshments. Admission is free but please bring non-perishable food items for the Facing Hunger Foodbank and warm clothes for the Cridlin Food Clothing Pantry. The Museum Ball takes place on Saturday February 27 2016 from 6 p.m. until midnight. This is a major fundraiser for HMA. To purchase individual tickets or a corporate table please contact Development Officer Tess Moore at 304 529-2701 Ext. 327. West Virginia residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial documents from the Secretary of State State Capitol Charleston WV 25305. Registration does not imply endorsement. Join Us on Facebook If you would like to read posts about the Huntington Museum of Art and The Museum Shop on Facebook we invite you to join the more than 5900 people who like HMAs Facebook page. Send us your name and email address to sign up for our free electronic newsletters and updates about HMA and The Museum Shop. Programs Walter Gropius Master Artist Series Jeffrey Sippel Presentation 7 p.m. October 1 2015 Exhibit runs August 8 through October 25 2015. William Brouillard Presentation 7 p.m. February 11 2016 Exhibit runs November 7 2015 through February 14 2016. Abelardo Morell Presentation 7 p.m. March 10 2016 Exhibit runs March 5 through June 26 2016. calendar Exhibits Water Water Everywhere Paean to a Vanishing Resource runs Sepember 19 2015 through June 19 2016. Opening reception takes place on September 22 2015 at 7 p.m. HMAs Dr. Mike Beck will conduct several water experiements in HMAs Education Gallery. Refreshments will be served. This is a Macys Free Tuesday event. This opening reception is generously sponsored by the Marshall University College of Science in Memory of Shelba Glenn Pew. Exhibition 280 runs October 10 2015 through February 14 2016. Opening reception takes place on October 10 2015 from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is free. The Fitzpatrick Society 25 Years of Gifts to the Collection runs October 24 2015 through February 7 2016. Opening reception takes place on October 25 2015 from 2 to 4 p.m. Admission to the opening reception is free. Courtyard Series Kathleen Kneafsey runs October 24 2015 through March 27 2016. Camden Park Presents Art on a Limb from November 24 2015 through January 10 2016. HIMG Presents Alice 150 Selections from the Lewis Carroll Collection of Victoria J. Sewell continues through September 6 2015. Created Between the Wars American Art 1861-1945 continues through September 13 2015. WHAAM Original Comic Drawings from the Collection continues through October 11 2015. Collection Wisdom Trustees Select I continues through November 8 2015. Designed with a Twist is a small exhibit of glass using the twist technique. This exhibit continues through November 22 2015. 24 HMA Snapshots The Hicks Family Happy Hilltop Shoppers From August 2014. Guests enjoy a behind-the-scenes experience at the White Glove Party in September 2014. Open Door Membership Campaign Stuffing Committee members from left Dee Cook Gayle Cox Sarah Denman and Joyce Levy prepare a membership mailing in October 2014. Gallery visitors enjoy the work of Barboursville artist Vernon Howell whose work was featured in the exhibit titled Curators Choice. This photo is from the opening reception in October 2014. From left West Virginia Division of Culture History Commissioner Randall Reid-Smith Arts Commissioner Rosa Lee Vitez-Hall Huntington Mayor Steve Williams and former HMA Executive Director Margaret Mary Layne celebrate the City of Huntingtons designation as a Certified Arts Community during a press conference at HMA in October 2014. Deborah Novak and John Witek sign copies of their book titled Huntington The Levi Holley Stone Collection Arcadia Publishing as HMA hosts the books launch party in November 2014. A full house of fans and well-wishers listen to Dr. Stephanie Skoliks remarks at the opening of her exhibition Inner and Outer Vision The Paintings of Stephanie Skolik M.D. in November 2014. The Wayne Elementary Honor Choir entertains guests in the Grace Rardin Doherty Auditorium at HMAs annual Holiday Open House presented by Camden Park in December 2014. HMA volunteers and staff help prepare food to feed about 300 people during WSAZ Presents the Best of the Class in April 2015. Collectors Byron and Victoria Sewell pose with the White Rabbit the Mad Hatter and Alice herself at the opening reception for HIMG Presents Alice 150 Selections from the Lewis Carroll Collection of Victoria J. Sewell in June 2015. Young visitors assist Dr. Mike Beck HMA Conservatory Director in releasing banded monarch butterflies in April 2015. WSAZ staff members prepare grilled hamburgers and hot dogs for the hungry students attending Best of Class at HMA in April 2015. Docents from left Ron Morgan Carol Scott Suzanne Alexander and Donna Cubbedge celebrate graduating a new class of HMA docents in April 2015. Funded by the Roxanna Booth Bequest the West Virginia Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts a federal agency. West Virginia Residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial documents from the Secretary of State State Capitol Charleston WV 25305. Registration does not imply endorsement. Ac- credited by the American Alliance of Museums. HMA is fully accessible. H U N T I N G T O N MUSEUM OF ART 2033 McCoy Road Huntington WV 25701-4999 NONPROFIT U.S. POSTAGE PAID Huntington WV Permit No. 24 TheMuseumShop Holiday Preview November 10 2015 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. www.hmoa.org 304 529-2701 general INFORMATION Website www.hmoa.org 304 529-2701 FAX 304 529-7447 MUSEUM HOURS Evening Hours on Tuesday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Wednesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday Noon - 5 p.m. Closed Monday. HMA charges a general admission. HMA members will be admitted free and Bauhaus School members may bring guests free of charge. Admission is free each Tuesday. Admission is also free to children younger than 18 active duty military personnel and their immediate families and veterans and their immediate families. USE THIS QR CODE TO SEE A LIST OF UPCOMING EVENTS AT HMA. Asa Maria Bengtsson and Ewa Cederstam Still from Flow 2006. Video. Sound 1406. This is from the exhibit Water Water Everywhere Paean to a Vanishing Resource which was curated by Jennifer Heath and is a project of Baksun Books Arts.