Sculptor Meg Webster will visit Wake Forest University Wednesday, Feb. 25, to deliver a public lecture. The artist will discuss her work at 3 p.m. in Scales Fine Arts Center, Room 102.
Webster’s 4-foot sculpture, “Bronze Bowl,” will become part of Wake Forest’s Student Union Collection of Contemporary Art. During her visit, the artist and Wake Forest students who helped select her work will choose a permanent campus site for the sculpture. Other additions to the Student Union collection will be on exhibit in the Fine Arts Gallery through March 29.
In 1997, a solo exhibition of Webster’s work was held at the Morris-Healey Gallery in New York. She has also shown her work at the Brooklyn Museum, the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, Texas, and the Weatherspoon Gallery in Greensboro. She earned fine arts degrees from Old Dominion University and Yale University.
The lecture is free. For information, call 758-5310.
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