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Remembrance Memorial Monument Guided Meditation Structures & Machines Gallery Event
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Hours & Admission

Monday–Friday: 10 am–4 pm
Saturday: 1–4 pm

Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery is free and open to the public.


Meditate With Us

Join us most Wednesdays from
1–1:30 pm.

The sessions are free.


Current Exhibition

Remembrance
Memorial
Monument


January 23 – February 20, 2020

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Remembrance, memorial, and monument are variations on notions of commemoration.

The nature of memorialization is to remind us; to provide a mnemonic device or object through which we can know that something important has happened. The earliest records of ancient artifacts and ornamentation are often associated with remembrance and monument. We have been doing this for a long time. To some degree, all of art is about memory.

Many art objects that adorn public spaces are commemorative. They serve to remind us of events on a particular piece of geography; one person’s heroism, or a collective embodiment of loss, as in a military burial ground or place where a genocide may have occurred.

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