Sarasota Museum of Art Announces Spring 2019 Season

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The Sarasota Museum of Art has announced its spring 2019 season, featuring a dynamic series of programs ranging from a collector’s master class and film screening to a live performance and several talks with artists and curators. Welcoming thought leaders in the art world to discuss an array of topics, season highlights include: Cara McCarty, Curatorial Director of the Cooper- Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, on design for all types of abilities; Amanda Hawkins, Curator at Design Museum Foundation, on the importance of play; Valerie Cassel Oliver, Curator at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, on Howardena Pindell; and a live music and video performance by the multi-disciplinary duo, Princess. Kicking off the season on Thursday January 31, artist Jean Shin will discuss her conceptually rich site-specific installations at 6pm. This event and most of the spring line-up will be held at the Sarasota Museum of Art’s pop-up space, The Works, located at 891 South Tamiami Trail, with the exception of the film screening to be held at Burns Court Cinema. More information about the coming season can be found below.

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