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Art Talk and Reception: The Work of Albert William Heckman

Please join us for the opening of The Work of Albert William Heckman, alumnus and faculty member of Teachers College, Columbia University. An artist-teacher, printmaker and painter, textile and ceramic designer, Albert Heckman (1893-1971) produced and exhibited prolifically in American galleries and museums, including the Potters Shop, Feragil Gallery, Springfield Art Museum, Whitney Museum of Art, Cincinnati Art Museum, and Art Institute of Chicago.  This first exhibition in Offit Gallery features select etchings, lithographs, oil paintings, and notebooks that illuminate “his intelligent use of medium with aspiration.”

The opening reception and talk include reflections by Dr. Richard R. John, Professor of History and Communications, Columbia University School of Journalism; Susan Teller, owner of Susan Teller Gallery; Dr. Judith Burton, Macy Professor of Education, Art and Art Education, Teachers College, Columbia University; and Dr. Mahobe Ghods, Associate Adjunct Professor and Printmaking Instructor, Teachers College, Columbia University.

Claremont Strings, our longest-running musical group, will performing a special selection of classical works following the gallery tour. Refreshments will be served.

Where: 305 Russell / Offit Gallery

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Poster Image: Untitled, 53, by Albert Heckman, from the Students of Arthur Wesley Dow Collection, Courtesy of Teachers College, Columbia University.

Date

Mar 28 2024
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Time

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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In-Person

Venue

Teachers College - Russell Hall
525 W 120th St #91, New York, NY 10027
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