Exhibition Opening – Art that Matters to the Planet 2023: Interconnectivity and Joseph Grice: Taking Flight

Join us for the opening of two new exhibitions.  Art that Matters to the Planet 2023: Interconnectivity   includes work that highlights the connectivity of trees as an analogy for interconnected relationships in creating strong communities.

Joseph Grice: Taking Flight features works by RTPI’s inaugural Artist-in-Residence.

Starting at 6:00 pm, join us for music by Norm Karin, charcuterie, and a cash bar. At 7:00 pm, enjoy a talk by Sallie Lowenstein, one of the featured artists. Immediately following the talk, Sallie will be signing copies of her book: Clothed in Bark.

The exhibition opening is free for RTPI members. For non-members, a regular museum admission fee is required.

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Featured artwork: Noah DiRuzza, Gaea, 2021, mixed media and found objects  © Noah DiRuzza

Thank you to Shults Auto Group and Cummins Inc. for sponsoring Art that Matters to the Planet: Interconnectivity.