Come learn the foundations of mindfulness during your lunch break with Pizzuti Collection member and docent Barbara Braham – no prior experience necessary. You will be introduced to the foundations of mindfulness during each session and have the opportunity to practice what is taught. After the instruction and practice, we invite you to mindfully browse the galleries.If you already have a sitting practice and would like to bring a cushion, please feel free to do so. Chairs will also be provided.
Three sessions will take place on July 11, 18, and 25. You are welcome to attend any one or all of the sessions.
This program is designed to offer supplemental, unique experiences in conjunction with the Visions From India exhibition. The event is open to the public and included with the cost of general admission. Free to members and students.
Join us in welcoming Visions From India artist Vibha Galhotra to the Pizzuti Collection for a talk about her life and work. The New Delhi based conceptual artist makes work that centers on the environmental impact of industrialization, commercial growth, and overpopulation in our global world. The consequences and repercussions of ecological crises are elegantly addressed Galhotra’s large scale sculptures made from ghungroos (tiny decorative bells). Pictured above: Beehive from the Visions From India exhibition.
This event is open to the public and included with general admission costs. Free to members and students.
Please RSVP to Mark Zuzik at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored in part by the Ohio Arts Council and the Greater Columbus Arts Council and city of Columbus
As part of our Visions from India exhibition, we invite you to further immerse yourself in contemporary Indian culture by participating in our book club! We will be reading and discussing Jhumpa Lahiri’s Pulitzer Prize winning short-story collection, Interpreter of Maladies. The nine short stories in this book tell of the love, loss, and dislocation of Indians and Indian-Americans adjusting to life in the New World.
The Book Club conversation taking place on July 14 is free for members as well as with general admission.
For more information, contact Marketing & Communications Coordinator Philip Kim at 614-300-3567 or email@example.com.
Join us for an enlightening and insightful conversation with artist Kanishka Raja, whose works are featured in our current exhibition, Visions From India, on view through October 28, 2017.
Kanishka Raja’s stunning paintings of architectural spaces comment on travel, transitions, liminality, and the possibility of being perpetually placeless. At the same time Raja’s layered and visually complex works require us to examine our assumptions about visual coherence and thus embrace slippages and the loss of perspective as standard modes of being in our contemporary global world.
The event is free with general admission, and free to members and students.
Space is limited. Please RSVP to Programs Coordinator Mark Zuzik at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored in part by the Ohio Arts Council.
We are thrilled to host Literary Night at the Pizzuti Collection featuring Ruth Awad, Barbara Fant, Dr. Pranav Jani, and Dr. Amit Majmudar (Ohio’s Poet Laureate). The current exhibition, Visions From India, serves as the backdrop to a night of moving, thoughtful, and poignant readings. Guests may explore the exhibition before and after the event.
Ruth Awad is an award-winning Lebanese-American poet whose debut poetry collection ‘Set to Music a Wildfire’ won the 2016 Michael Waters Poetry Prize from Southern Indiana Review Press. She is the recipient of an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award. She won the 2012 and 2013 Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Prize and the 2011 Copper Nickel Poetry Contest, and she was a finalist for the 2013 Ruth Lily Fellowship.
Barbara Fant, originally from Youngstown, Ohio is a performance poet and an artist facilitator. She has been on three National Poetry slam teams from Columbus and has represented the city in four Individual National and World Poetry slam competitions. Her first poetry collection, Paint, Inside Out was released in April 2010 from Penmanship Books of New York City when she was awarded The Cora Craig Award for Young Women Authors. She is a former employee of the Huckleberry House and of Art for a Child’s Safe America. She is also a member of Transit Arts, ArtFluential of REACH communications, Is Said and the Advance Party and has also been a regular performer on the radio show Street Soldiers.
Pranav Jani is Associate Professor of English at The Ohio State University and author of Decentering Rushdie: Cosmopolitanism and the Indian Novel in English (2010). His areas of expertise include Postcolonial Studies, Asian American Studies, and Twentieth-Century British and American Literature. He is an experienced educator, longtime social-justice activist, and regular contributor to various publications including International Socialist Review and Socialist Worker.
The son of immigrants, poet and novelist Dr. Amit Majmudar grew up in the Cleveland area. He now lives and works in Dublin, OH. In his precise, often formally driven poems, Majmudar explores themes of identity, history, spiritual faith, and mortality. Majmudar is was a finalist for a Poetry Society of America’s Norma Faber First Book Award and was chosen for the Donald Justice prize. Majmudar has also published the novels Partitions (2011) and The Abundance (2013). He has also contributed essays to the Kenyon Review blog, the New York Times, and the New York Review of Books.
$12 General Admission
$10 Senior Admission
Free for members and students
Space is limited
Please RSVP to Mark Zuzik at email@example.com or 614-300-3542
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The Pizzuti Collection is pleased to provide educators with complimentary admission to visit our VISIONS FROM INDIA exhibition during the months of February and March.
This is an excellent opportunity for teachers, school administrators and community educators to see what we can offer you and your students: cutting edge contemporary art, smart programming, and groundbreaking exhibitions.
For more information, please contact David Butler at 614-300-3577 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you here.
Join us for the public opening of our newest groundbreaking exhibition, Visions From India. The celebration of India, full of color, innovation, and delight features large-scale installations, lush colorful paintings, video works, remarkable sculptures from the 21st century and an accompanying survey of Francis Newton Souza will present one of the most important 20th century Indian painters.
In conjunction with the exhibition, the Pizzuti Collection will host an array of programming: ArtistTalks (featuring Sudarshan Shetty among others); Poetry Nights (including Ohio’s Poet Laureate Dr. Amit Majmudar); Family Programming with story times in collaboration with the Bexley Public Library; conversations with scholars from The Ohio State University; special events for young professionals and supporters; and musical guests throughout the year.