October 21, 2023 - January 27, 2024
Donna M. McCullough, Savannah, 2023, recycled copper with steel base.
--from “The Leash” by Ada Limón (The Leash by Ada Limón | Poetry Foundation)
The Kreeger Museum is pleased to present Still Something Singing, October 21, 2023 - January 27, 2024, with Washington Sculptors Group. Betsy Johnson, Assistant Curator, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, is the Juror for this exhibition of outdoor work that reflects the role of art in our contemporary moment.
The eight artworks included in Still Something Singing are provocations to look closely and view our surroundings, and perhaps even ourselves, with new eyes. They function in various ways: encouraging us to shift our perspective, exercise compassion, locate beauty in dissonance, gather, and heal. And they encourage us to act because making art is an assertion that one human can create change, however small, in the fabric of our world. It is a belief that no matter how powerless you feel today, there are still things that you can do that will make tomorrow different from today.