Rafael Francisco Salas to give in-person gallery talk in Milwaukee April 17
Professor of Art Rafael Francisco Salas will give an in-person gallery talk at noon Saturday, April 17, at the Museum of Wisconsin Art, St. Kate: The Arts Hotel, in Milwaukee.
There will be a tour of his exhibition “In Flowered Fields,” and he will offer insights into his work and his selections of art from the museum’s permanent collection.
Because of space limitations, reservations for the talk are required here.
“In Flowered Fields,“ is on view through May 2. Salas pairs his work with examples from the museum’s permanent collection to “create a dialogue that includes a milieu of Wisconsin artists present and past.”
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