Micro-Monuments, presented by the Washington Sculptors Group and the Center for Hellenic Studies

Exhibition dates: May 27 – October 15, 2016
Opening reception: May 27, 2016, 7-9 pm, Main Building
Event : Free and open to the public; reservations required
Rsvp: May 21, 2016 to events@chs.harvard.edu
Parking: available on-site and on Whitehaven Street, N.W.
Directions and Visitor Information
Micro-Monuments showcases 32 small-scale sculptures which explore monuments as a universal idea in art. The exhibit features work by members of the Washington Sculptors Group of Washington, DC. First exhibited at the Salzland Museum in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, the exhibit now returns to its city of origin.
Curator: Artemis Herber
Juror: Anne Reeve
Admission: Free
Visiting hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm
For groups larger than 4 persons, please call 202-745-4400 to make an appointment.
Directions and Visitor Information
Image: Tripod, sculpture and photograph by Felicia Glidden

Participating Artists

Julia Bloom, Greg Braun, Elsabe Dixon, Stephanie Firestone, Felicia Glidden, Carol B. Goldberg, Tom Greaves, Edel Gregan, Jonathan Guyer, Kelly Lorraine Hendrickson, Jin Lee, Leigh Maddox, Jaqueline Maggi, James Mallos, Kass McGowan, Elizabeth Miller McCue, Jim Paulsen, Tatyana Schremko, Mike Shaffer, Lynda Smith-Bugge, Garret Strang, Lawrence S. Watson, Fabiola Alvarez Yurcisin.

Panel Discussion | “Monuments in Flux”

Friday, May 27 | 5:30-6:30 pm
House A
The Washington Sculptors Group and the Center for Hellenic Studies jointly present a panel discussion in conjunction with the US opening of the Micro-Monuments exhibition. The panel includes Paul M. Farber, Artemis Herber, Kenneth Lum, Sven Schipporeit, Svenja Müller-Schipporeit, and Elsabé Dixon, moderator.
For more information, visit the CHS website.