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Artists & Inspiration

Coming Soon to the ADKX: Artists & Inspiration in the Wild

August 16, 2021 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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This program is only offered through Zoom.

In 2023, the Adirondack Experience will open its latest permanent exhibition, Artists & Inspiration in the Wild. Join us for a sneak peek and meet the creative team bringing the museum’s fine and decorative art collections into a new home, the first dedicated space for these works. Once opened, Artists & Inspiration will show how the natural features of the Adirondacks have inspired the creative work of artists and artisans over hundreds of years. The new galleries will offer a blend of rich and diverse works from the ADKX vaults with contemporary interactive media, all in an enriching, immersive exhibit experience. Come see!

About The Speakers:

Greg Matty is a Project Executive and Designer Director at Gallagher & Associates, specializing in Exhibition Design and Museum Planning. His extensive experience spans over 35 years and includes projects ranging from science centers and natural science museums to highly articulated interactive cultural and historical facilities. He is a licensed architect, LEED AP certified, and has worked in architectural firms in Dallas, Texas, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, California. He has also taught design courses at several colleges and universities including the University of California at Berkeley, Catholic University and the Savannah College of Art and Design. Mr. Matty received his Masters of Architecture from the University of California Berkeley and his Bachelors of Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute University.

Sara Smith, Producer and Project Manager at Richard Lewis Media Group, is a deep believer in the value of museums as spaces for collections, stories, and social engagement. She brings to the work her love of the outdoors based on a childhood spent hiking, skiing, and boating in the great woods of the Pacific Northwest. Sara has a B.A. in Anthropology from Brown University, studying Navajo textiles, and a Master’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Washington where she studied Nigerian art. Previous to joining RLMG, Sara was the Director of Exhibit Development at Amaze Design, Inc., and prior to that position she had ten years of curatorial experience in art and cultural history museums.