Joan Hall at National Arts Club

Collage and Assemblage: Past and Present
How Artists Recycle Everyday Items into Artwork.
Monday May 24, 2021 at 6PM – 7PM EST

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About this Event

This talk covers art ranging from 12th century Japan to contemporary photo illustration, and how artists recycle everyday items into artwork. Presenter, Joan Hall, is a pioneer in the field of collage and assemblage illustration. Her work has appeared on many covers including Time magazine and The New York Times and been shown in galleries and museums worldwide including Le Centre Pompidou. Per Milton Glaser’s invitation, she created a Collage for Illustration class which she has taught at The School of Visual Arts.

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This program will be hosted via Zoom. You will receive additional details upon registration.
Photograph by Michael O’Neill.

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