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Thursday, July 24
A short instruction session for members of the Friends of the Snite Museum and their guests led by Gina Costa.
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Public Reception for Summer
High School Apprentice Exhibition
Sunday, July 27
Come see the culminating work created by the 12 area high school students who participated in the second of two 2014 summer sessions of this annual program.
The instructor this year is a May'14 graduate of the UND MFA program,Heather Parrish.
See It @ the Snite
Deborah Butterfield (American. b. 1949), Many Glacier, 2011, unique cast bronze with patina.
Acquired with funds provided by the Humana Foundation Endowment for American Art, 2013.017
Come see the new addition to our growing "herd" of Deborah Butterfield horses. This recumbent horse will "bed down" in the entrance atrium during the fall and winter. This summer it will join the Butterfield horse sculpture currently on view in the Notre Dame Sculpture Park.
Both sculptures by Butterfield are arrangements of wooden debris cast in bronze and welded together. The surface of each cast piece is chemically patinated to reproduce the colors of the original wood.
You can watch a videotaped interview with the artist discussing this sculpture and her work in general on public TV station WNIT, Experience Michiana. (rebroadcast of May 23 segment)
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