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Virtual Opening Preview of Luba Lukova: Designing Justice

Date(s) - Wednesday, September 16th
7:00 pm CDT - 8:30 pm CDT



Internationally renowned, New York-based Luba Lukova is regarded as one of the most original image-makers working today. Whether by using an economy of line, color and text to pinpoint essential themes of humanity or to succinctly visualize social commentary, her work is undeniably powerful and thought-provoking. Through indelible metaphors with universal resonance Luba helps viewers develop an empathetic understanding for social and cultural issues that she hopes will catalyze action and change the world.

Join us for a virtual evening of social justice-inspired art and song. Local musician Lil Rev will play a set of social justice-themed songs including Bob Dylan selections. Get inspired by a virtual artist talk and Q & A with Luba Lukova live from her New York studio as she speaks about her Designing Justice portfolio. Wrap up the evening with a virtual tour of the exhibits presented by JMM curator, Molly Dubin.

OPENING KITS ARE SOLD OUT: Enjoy a take-out ‘Opening Kit’ of wine, sweet treats, and social justice-influenced swag! Schedule your curbside pickup from The Ruby Tap (6000 W Mequon Rd, Mequon, WI 53092) when you RSVP. Included in the ‘Opening Kit:’
· A 6-pack of notecards with envelopes featuring three different images from Luba Lukova: Designing Justice
· A “History Matters” bumper sticker
· A “Conversation Starter” stemless wine glass
· Two 8oz dry wine growlers from The Ruby Tap (one red and one white)
· Three Kosher cookies from Friendship Bakery (one of each: Fudgy Crinkle, Strawberry Thumbprint, Raspberry Thumbprint)

RSVP by Thursday, September 10
Museum Members $30 | Nonmembers $36

Opening Kits are Sold Out!
Join us for the Opening Preview (sans the Opening Kit) by registering below:
Museum Members $15 | Nonmembers $18

Register Here

If you are unable to join us, we welcome donations to support our programming.

Learn more about Luba Lukova: Designing Justice and the concurrent exhibit Shakespeare’s in the Alley: A Tribute to Bob Dylan.

Image: Art © Luba Lukova

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