Sheila Gallagher is an Associate Professor of Fine Art at Boston College where she teaches courses on drawing, painting and contemporary art practice. Her work takes many forms including video, flower installations, smoke paintings and computer-aided drawing. Widely exhibited in the United States, Gallagher's work has been shown at such venues as The Institute of Contemporary Art, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Dodge Gallery, NYC, and Wellesley College. Gallagher's work can be found in numerous public and private art collections both in the United States and abroad. Most recently, her work was included in State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now at the Crystal Bridges Museum. She co-director of The Becker Archive, the largest private collection of Civil War drawings, and curated First Hand, which is currently touring the United States to commemorate the nation's sesquicentennial.
This workshop is $10 general admission and museum members, QU Faculty and Staff, Students are free. Space is limited and tickets must be purchased online, in advance at ighm.org. Registrants will be provided with a materials list prior to the workshop.
Saturday, January 26 at 10:30am to 12:00am
Ireland's Great Hunger Museum, Upper Gallery
3011 Whitney Avenue, Hamden CT 06518 USA