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The Alchemy of Art: Ann P Lehman Opening Reception & Panel Discussion

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The Alchemy of Art: Ann P Lehman Opening Reception & Panel Discussion

Time: December 3, 2023 from 3pm to 6pm
Location: Creative Arts Workshop
Street: 80 Audubon Street, New Haven, CT 06510, USA
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: https://creativeartsworkshop.…
Phone: 2035624927
Event Type: opening, reception
Organized By: Langston Lynch
Latest Activity: Nov 30, 2023

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Creative Arts Workshop (CAW) is hosting an opening reception for a commemorative exhibition celebrating the work of artist, teacher, mentor, and founding member Ann Lehman. Occupying both levels of the Susan B. Hilles Gallery, the exhibition will feature objects from Lehman’s sixty-year career including sculptures, paper sketches, photographs, and small models that served as studies for later artistic creations.

From 4:00-5:00 pm, there will be a panel discussion on Lehman’s impact on the New Haven’s artistic community moderated by Frank Mitchell, local historian and curator.  Bitsie Clark, former head of the Arts Council, Susan Smith, former CAW executive director, Ted Salmon, sculptor and former Lehman student, Kim Weston, photographer, artist and teacher, and Peter Lehman, son of Ann Lehman will all participate in the discussion.

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