Hosted by the Gunn Library
Local artist, Kay Sage (1898-1963) is known for her Surrealist works focusing on architecture and unique perspectives. The Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, CT has the largest collection of Sage’s work and representatives from the museum will join us to explore Sage’s work in art and poetry throughout the course of her life, from her early days to her marriage to a prince to life on Town Farm in Woodbury, CT. We will showcase, study and discuss some of Sage’s artwork. This program will be offered in hybrid format- limited seating will be available in-house and the program will be live streamed over Zoom.
Masks are required and chairs will be spaced out to accommodate social distancing.