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ONLINE—In Conversation: Artist Stacey Steers

Thursday, May 27, 2021, 6 p.m., Online

In this virtual talk, artist Stacey Steers and assistant curator Gordon Nelson will discuss the works currently on view in the exhibition Stacey Steers: Night Reels. Join us as they stream live from the gallery for this in-depth look at the artist's practice, which blends silent cinema, surrealism, and animation to create works that are simultaneously haunting and whimsical. Attendees will be given the opportunity to submit questions for the artist during the program.

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