VIRTUAL ENGAGEMENT STATEMENT

Due to the current health crises associated with COVID-19 we have and are developing a series of Virtual Engagement Tools for the public to safely access the exhibition and engage with its artists through a series of free, thoughtfully-curated virtual tools we hope you will take advantage of. 

Below you will find links to these tools, a series of virtual tours in various mediums with content arranged through a diversity of approaches we sincerely hope all demographics will find engaging and accessible. 

For any accessibility issues please contact us at civictvlaboratories@gmail.com

FOR EDUCATORS

Please contact Terry Suprean at civictvlaboratories@gmail.com for information about how to schedule a remote/virtual tour for your remote learning classroom.  These tours are guided by the curators and artists, and offer students both a guided walkthrough of the exhibition and a discussion of its themes, the artwork, and the artists.

TIMELINE OF VIRTUAL TOOLS LAUNCH

We are in uncharted waters this Spring, and things have changed quickly with each coming day, please be patient with us as we develop these virtual tools, we will be adding them as quickly as we can complete them safely given the confines of the current crises.

Until then you can keep up with us via social media or our mailing list.

Visit the COVID-19 INFORMATION page to keep up with us via social media or our mailing list, and for info regarding our current response to this health crises.

VIRTUAL ENGAGEMENT TOOLS

EXHIBITION MAPS

Hover over images for artist names & installation information

Full Works Lists for each artist & the entire exhibition, as well as collector inquiry forms  can be found on the WORKS LIST page