Artist Miriam Dym inhabits the Sukkah Studio, offering a look at what it means to be an artist who works with systems. Currently, Dym is working with the visual patterning system that emerged from a textile design process. This system recently expanded into a new form as an interactive, non-competitive, communication game. Join Miriam as she shares this game, played with very particular custom rubber stamps and a very large piece of paper, in the sukkah.
Inspired by the holiday of Sukkot, a Jewish holiday celebrating the harvest, The CJM has built its own sukkah (meaning “booth” or “hut”) for gathering and community building. The Museum invited six local artists to inhabit our Sukkah Studio as an open studio, providing an inviting space for the artists to share their practice with visitors and work with interested folks to make something together.
Each artist will inhabit the Sukkah Studio for one day. Drop by the sukkah in the Koret Taube Grand Lobby for one open studio or attend all of them!
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Date(s) - 10/17/19
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
$16/Adult; Free under 18
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