Click the image below to see a gallery of photos from the Member Preview and Public Opening Reception for The Sahmat Collective: Art and Activism in India since 1989.
Photos: Briana Brough
As the Ackland Art Museum’s director of academic programs, I’m blogging to tell you that because the Ackland is the University’s art museum, it’s your art museum. This is a great time to check out all the ways that you can be involved with the Ackland, making memories, meeting great people, enjoying art, and having fun! Continue reading
As the Ackland’s Museum Administrator—the person responsible for finance, HR, security, and facilities—most of my time is spent handling the administrative side of museum operations in the upstairs offices. Planning and mounting exhibitions as ambitious as our newly-opened one, The Sahmat Collective: Art and Activism in India since 1989, is so complex and requires so much in the way of lead time, logistics, paperwork, etc., that it is sometimes hard for me to get away from my desk, wander in the galleries downstairs, and discover what the exhibition will be all about. Continue reading
Museums are often surprising places and last Thursday morning was no exception. For a few moments, a rickshaw was in the front lobby of the Ackland. Continue reading