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More than 125 visitors enjoyed a three-part tertulia focused on the exhibition Amelia Peláez: The Craft of Modernity.
More than a dozen 3-5 year-olds (and their caregivers) enjoyed an in-gallery story reading by a PAMM Teaching Artist, followed by an art activity at PAMM’s Knight Education Center.
More than 125 visitors enjoyed a discussion with Primary Information’s Ryan Haley, James Hoff, and Miriam Katzeff and Ruth and Marvin Sackner, which was moderated by Emily Mello Deputy Director of Education and Public Programs.
On Thursday, January 16, museum visitors listened to recording artist and live performer Laurel Halo by the moonlit bay. Taking influence from her Midwest roots, Halo has developed a singular sound, combining hardware pulse, ambiance and intricate sampling to address themes of physical process and virtual violence.
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