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A Paul and Irene Hollister Artist Talk on Glass with Fields of the Future Fellow and conceptual artist Charisse Pearlina Weston, followed by a conversation with Queens Museum assistant curator Lindsey Berfond

Join us for an artist talk with conceptual artist Charisse Pearlina Weston. This evening is co-sponsored by the Queens Museum, where Weston’s artworks, including glass sculpture, photographic prints, and site-specific installation, will be on view from October 2022 through March 2023 in a solo show titled of [a] tomorrow: lighter than air, stronger than whiskey, cheaper than dust. The artist talk will be followed by a conversation with Queens Museum assistant curator Lindsey Berfond. Weston is a researcher-in-residence in the Bard Graduate Center Fields of the Future Fellowship program.

Wednesday, October 19, 6 pm
38 West 86th Street, Reading Room

$15 General Admission | $12 Seniors
Free for people with a college or museum ID, people with disabilities and caregivers, and BGC members

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This event is organized in partnership with the Queens Museum.

This event was made possible with support from the Paul and Irene Hollister Endowment at Bard Graduate Center. Paul Hollister (1918–2004) was an influential critic of contemporary studio glass and glass historian. Irene Hollister (1920–2016) was a philanthropist, advocate for glass scholarship, and founding administrator of the Association for Computing Machinery.