Exhibitions Run: April 26 – June 3, 2021

Virtual Artist Talks: Thursday, May 13 @ 5:30pm

Harwood Art Center is pleased to present our Spring exhibitions. Until the Mud Settles by Katherine Hunt examines the duality between order and ubiquitous chance. Catastrophic Molt by Madelin Coit in the Front Gallery, is an installation of light, polycarbonate, paper, and mesh is meant to embody the transformation that occurs when we replace old ideas with new ones, and is deeply informed by her experience in the Antarctic.

By Appointment Hours*

This exhibition will be installed in our gallery and will be accessible to the public by appointment only for up to 2 people at a time. All visitors must wear a face mask, complete a health screening, practice social distancing, and comply with all safety guidelines set forth by the CDC.

Appointments are available for every monday of the exhibition from 10am – 2pm. Make an appointment with the link below!

Virtual Artist Talks

On Thursday, May 13 we will hold a virtual exhibition reception and artist talks on Zoom by Katherine Hunt and Madelin Coit.

Please use the link below to register for the event in advance.

Until the Mud Settles by Katherine Hunt

Contrasting the methodic repetition of line and geometry with naturally occurring irregularities in fiber, Until the Mud Settles examines the duality between order and ubiquitous chance.  

Catastrophic Molt by Madelin Coit

This installation of light, polycarbonate, paper, and mesh is meant to embody the transformation that occurs when we replace old ideas with new ones, and is deeply informed by my experience in the Antarctic.