Inspired by Jennifer Steinkamp’s technical and systematic manipulation of nature, this program-partnership with Lauritzen Gardens offers a unique connection between our two institutions.
Beginning at 1 pm at Joslyn Art Museum, participants will enjoy an introduction to the exhibition Madame Curie
with Karin Cambell, Joslyn's Phil Willson Curator of Contemporary Art. Following the gallery talk, participants will travel via shuttle bus to Lauritzen Gardens where they will receive a special behind-the-scenes tour of production greenhouses where expert horticulturalists research, study, propagate and grow many of the plants that end up on public display in the Gardens, including the dramatic presentation of tulips promising peak performance at the end of April. Garden educators will discuss how such plantings are conceived, designed, and executed before participants head back to Joslyn Art Museum. Mark your calendars for April 28 and check the next issue of Joslyn NOW for further details!
Space is limited and advanced reservations are required one week prior to the event. Tickets: $25 Joslyn and Lauritzen Garden Members; $35 for general public. Contact Joslyn’s Director of Adult Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 661-3862, or register online here.
Image: Jennifer Steinkamp (American, born 1958), Madame Curie, 2011 Seven channel, synchronized projection, variable dimensions
Installation view from the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego