Slow Night Viewing at Springfield Art Museum

Slow Night Viewing at the Springfield Art Museum

Spend one hour with one work of art once a month at the Springfield Art Museum's new Slow Viewing Nights.

The Museum believes art is for everyone and interpretation is a practice anyone can do. Slow Viewing Nights are a practice of collaborative interpretation. Each month the museum will gather in front of an art piece for an hour and build a collective understanding of the work through sharing observations, questions, and suggestions.

This activity is designed for anyone who wishes to spend more time with art, desires to participate in a curious learning environment, wants to move deeper into understanding all that art has to offer, or simply desires to slow down. 

In February, the focus is on an etching on view in the special exhibition, "Anders Zorn: Etchings." Meet in the Museum Lobby at 5:50 PM. Seating will be provided.


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