Fleisher From a Distance: Wind Challenge Edition with Elizabeth Hamilton
While Fleisher’s exhibitions are on pause, join us online on Mondays for compelling conversations with past and present Wind Challenge artists. Established in 1978, the Wind Challenge Exhibition Series has enriched the lives of countless visitors and introduced audiences to contemporary art created by the region’s emerging artists. The Wind Challenge Exhibition Series is made possible thanks to generous support from the Dina Wind Art Foundation and Fleisher members.
Elizabeth Hamilton, a 2013 Wind Challenge artist, is a multidisciplinary artist who received her MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She has exhibited at several museums and galleries including the Philip Muriel Berman Museum, the Delaware Contemporary, Cantor Art Gallery, the Woodmere Art Museum, and InLight Richmond at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. She has been awarded grants from the Leeway Foundation in 2015 and 2017. She completed a residency at the Elsewhere Museum, and her work is in the collection of Drexel University, Harper College, the West Collection, and the MINI Museum. She currently lives in Flourtown with her husband and two young children.
This event is open to the public with a suggested donation of $10 but is limited to a maximum number of 100 participants. Advanced registration is required. The event will be hosted through Zoom, which can be accessed on desktop and laptop computers, as well as mobile devices. We highly recommend downloading the Zoom app to your device in advance. You will receive a URL to join the event after you complete the registration process.