Glyndor Gallery reopens this spring, inaugurating a new and expanded visual arts program; the premier
exhibition, Welcome, presents work that explores ideas of domestic space, and the relationship between people
Works by David Baskin, Roberley Bell, Jean Blackburn, Esperanza CortÃ©s, Carolynn Desch, David Hess, Elizabeth Newman, Francesco Simeti, Carol Sun, Allan Wexler, and Lynne Yamamoto transform Glyndor Gallery into a surreal domestic interior.
opening day Sunday, May 7, 2000, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Funding for the visual arts is provided by Stephen and Cathy Weinroth, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Cultural Challenge Program, and the New York State Council on the Arts. Additional donors include Bloomberg, the Hess and Helyn Kline Foundation, Jennifer P. Speers, the Nate B. and Frances Spingold Foundation and Gilbert and Sally Kerlin.
Special thanks to Enterprise Printing, Express Color, Glen Eden Wool Carpet, Living Color Crayons courtesy of Hammett's Learning World, Typogram.
The mission of Wave Hill
A non-profit cultural institution located on 28 acres in the northwest Bronx, Wave Hill is dedicated to exploring the interaction between human beings and the natural environment. Programs in both the arts and sciences are designed to foster public understanding of and appreciation for this complementary relationship.
675 West 252nd Street Bronx, New York 10471-2899
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