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Opening Celebration for Anne Labovitz: The Nexus of Well-Being and Art

Saturday, February 18, 2023, 6 – 9 pm

$25 Ticket | $20 for Members

Beat the winter blues and join us for a colorful celebration of new artwork by noted international artist Anne Labovitz. Gather your friends and family and be among the first to experience Labovitz’s exhibition The Nexus of Well-Being and Art.

 

Live Music

Vivian Lark will open the event with a smooth and beautiful piano performance. Then, Madison Parish Ensemble will take the stage to bring energy to your evening.

 

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite, over the phone (507)-722-2552 or in person at the Rochester Art Center located at 30 Civic Center Drive SE, Ste 120, Rochester, MN 55904.

 

Food & Beverages

Enjoy complimentary light bites. A cash bar will be available.

 

Attire

We invite you to wear something colorful in celebration of Anne’s new artwork. For inspiration, visit our Pinterest page: Click Here

 

Accommodations

Our friends at Hotel Indigo are offering a discount for you! Follow the link to reserve a room with a special rate: Click Here or call Hotel Indigo and mention The Nexus of Well-Being and Art (507)-252-8200

 

About the Exhibition

Anne Labovitz: The Nexus of Well-Being and Art

Exhibition on view February 18 – July 30, 2023

The Nexus of Well-Being and Art is a new body of work by noted international artist Anne Labovitz. The Minnesota born artist creates interactive, multi-faceted works inspired by the premise that physical, mental and emotional health are essential to true well-being. Labovitz is creating new paintings, sculpture, installation and public engagement work specifically for Rochester Art Center. Celebrating the importance of human connection and its visual embodiment, Labovitz’s work engages people across cultural and geographical boundaries. It fosters and celebrates the ideas of friendship, community building, and emotional exchange.

 

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.