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Inspiration and Adaptation: Berith Stennabb, Swedish Artist in Residence

How do we connect across geographies, languages and cultures today? Swedish Artist in residence, Berith Stennabb, presents her "meetings" project and her current installation at Bunnell. Berith is part of a two year residency exchange between Bunnell and Skovde Museum. Swedish curators, Mette Muhli and Tomas Gustafsson from Skove Museum. Join the conversation at 10am…

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Inspiration and Adaptation: Why Artist Residencies? 12pm

FB Live and Zoom

What's so important about artist residencies? Bunnell's April Artists in Residence Jesse Egner, Nathan Hall and Karen Frank discuss their residency objectives at Bunnell and residencies in general. Join on FBLive or watch later on our YouTube Channel.

Cyanotype Workshop with Jesse Egner, 1-4pm

Cyanotype Workshop: April 16, 1-4 pm. Sliding scale, $30 suggested donation. Jesse Egner is a New York-based artist working primarily with photography and video. Often taking the form of playful and absurd portraiture of himself and other individuals, his work explores themes of queerness, disidentification, queer corporeality, and the uncanny. Egner was born in 1993…

Jess Egner’s Closing Reception 6-8pm and Governor’s Watch Party 8pm

Bunnell Arts Center

Join us for Jesse Egner's closing exhibit reception on April 28th from 6-8pm, followed by a Watch Party for the Governor's Arts and Humanities Award broadcast, recognizing Bunnell's Artistic Director, Asia Freeman as 2021's Individual Artist.

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