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Sat, Dec 09


Woodbury Public Library

Opening Reception for December Members' Invitational Exhibition

Mark your calendar now for the Opening Reception and Awards Presentation for our December Members' Exhibition!

Opening Reception for December Members' Invitational Exhibition
Opening Reception for December Members' Invitational Exhibition

Time & Location

Dec 09, 2023, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Woodbury Public Library, 269 Main St S, Woodbury, CT 06798, USA

About the Event

The Opening Reception for December Members' Invitational Exhibition and Awards Presentation will be taking place in the Woodbury Public Library Gallery on Saturday, December 9th from 2pm-4pm.

Those who have already registered can drop off artwork at the Woodbury Public Library starting November 27th until December 1st, between the hours of 9:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday or 9:00am to 4:30pm on Saturday.

We're excited to announce that Cecelia "Keffie" Feldman, Chief Curator of the Mattatuck Museum, will be joining us as juror for the Members' Exhibition!

Cecelia “Keffie” Feldman holds a Ph.D. from Brown University (Joukowsky Institute of Archaeology and the Ancient World), and a B.A. in Art History and Archaeology from Tufts University. Her academic research has explored how visual and material culture connected to the management and use of water can reveal insight into cultural dynamics, particularly in instances of  imperialism. Feldman has conducted field research all over the Mediterranean, perhaps most notably at the sites of Pompeii and Ostia Antica (Italy), Ephesos and Pergamon (Turkey), and Petra (Jordan).

Feldman has worked at the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College, the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, and produced projects at the Worcester Art Museum. In addition to her academic and museum work, she also engages with the  public through popular media. She has appeared in the documentary “Petra  - Lost City of Stone” (PBS/NOVA) and on the Science Channel Program  “What on Earth?” Sharing the value of the arts and visual culture with a range of audiences and supporting and promoting cutting-edge research  are essential parts of her work, according to the museum.

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