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February 14 through May 19, 2013
March 7 through May 26, 2013
May 23 through August 21, 2013
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Tuesday, May 21
Thursday, May 23
Thursday, May 23
November 1, 2012 through January 13, 2013
American, born 1957
Cast glass, assembled, 2010
Gift of the Robert D. and C. Corcoran Tuttle Family in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Muskegon Museum of Art
Paul and Thelma Wiener Gallery, Ernest and Marjorie Cooper Gallery, Bettye Clark Cannon Gallery, Theodore and Joan Operhall Gallery
Since December 2011, to mark our 2012 Centennial year, the Muskegon Museum of Art organized two key exhibitions to honor the old and ring in the new, presenting visual narratives of the Museum’s ongoing endeavor to achieve the best, high-quality permanent collections possible. Pictures of the Best Kind celebrated a significant variety of works gleaned from our first 100 years of formidable collecting. New Art for the New Century unveiled entirely new objects acquired on the occasion of the MMA’s 100th Anniversary. Now, nearly a year later, ReMix: The New Permanent Collection combines the best of both worlds, revealing a more refined collection that has evolved and expanded dramatically in a short period of time. Building on our traditional strengths and introducing new directions, our finest artworks–both old favorites and new friends–have been recombined and blended anew to allow fresh discoveries, kinships, and perspectives to develop as we begin to shape our second century.
ReMix is underwritten by Fifth Third Bank and Brickley DeLong, Certified Public Accountants.
Opening Reception and Program
Thursday, November 1
5:30 pm Reception
7:00 pm Lecture: White Light by Daniel Clayman
NEW CENTURY / NEW ART DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES PART III
As the Centennial Collection is integrated with beloved and well-known permanent collection masterworks, a three-part Distinguished Lecture Series that focuses on selected new works begins. Learn more about some of the MMA's new treasures, including Clear Volume—the magnificent circular cast glass sculpture that has become a signature work in the MMA’s new Centennial Collection–by renowned studio glass artist Daniel Clayman. He will speak of his career and life in the American studio glass movement. Free and open to the public