An in-gallery discussion on experimentation in life, art, and planning led by Tim Hinck, a composer and creative innovator, will be the topic for Art + Issues at the Hunter Museum of American Art Thursday at 6 p.m.
Mr. Hinck was inspired by the Beverly Semmes work, 4'33", found in the Hunter's contemporary gallery.
The Art + Issues program series uses works of art as the catalyst to spark discussions about community issues of concern. The discussions are led by community leaders. To learn more, visit huntermuseum.org or call 267-0968.
Admission is free. This Art + Issues program is presented in partnership with AIGA and the Creative Citizenship Initiative.