Find inspiration in Lauren Fensterstock’s The Totality of Time Lusters the Dusk and the Chrysler Museum’s permanent collection and create a work of your own during this in-person workshop. In the Museum’s galleries, discuss various monochromatic objects and investigate the impact, meanings, and associations of a single color. Then take your observations to the Perry Glass Studio to make a monochromatic work of your own. Challenge yourself to limit your palette to expand your creativity.
Free, registration required
2.5 hours of professional development credit available
For the safety of everyone in our community, all visitors age 3 and up are required to wear a face mask in the Museum and Glass Studio, regardless of vaccination status. We ask that you please wear a mask covering the nose and mouth at all times during your visit.
Image: Lauren Fensterstock (American, born 1975), The Totality of Time Lusters the Dusk (Artist Construction Detail View), 2020, Glass, Swarovski crystal, quartz, obsidian, onyx, hematite, paper, Plexiglas, wood, cement, lath, and mixed media, Commissioned by The Renwick Galleries of the Smithsonian American Art Museum for the 2020 Renwick Invitational, on loan from Claire Oliver Gallery, NY and the Artist, Image courtesy of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Claire Oliver Gallery, Photo by Luc DemersRegister