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Memory and life of Tim McFarlane on slate for next ‘Lunchtime Looks’

Tim McFarlane Art

The Art Museum of West Virginia University will host its next “Lunchtime Looks” on Wednesday, March 29.

The program, presented by museum docent Ann Cleveland, is entitled “Memory and Life: Tim McFarlane.” His painting, “Plume,” will be the focus and is currently on view as part of the museum’s “Visual Conversations: Looking and Listening” exhibit.

WVU students, faculty and staff, and the general public are invited to bring a brown bag lunch to the Museum Education Center Grand Hall at noon and meet with other art enthusiasts to enjoy their midday meal. At 12:30 p.m., the group will move to the gallery for the 20-minute, in-depth look at McFarland’s painting. Audience members will have a chance to share their own reactions and questions about McFarlane’s artwork. 

The session will end by 12:50 p.m., so that those who need to return to their offices will have time. Those who can’t come for the entire lunch hour are welcome to meet the group in the museum at 12:30 p.m. for the art presentation only.

The Art Museum and Museum Education Center are located near the corner of Patteson Drive and Morrill Way at the Evansdale Campus North Entrance.  Parking is available in short-term lots ST-1 and ST-9, with pay stations, one located near Patteson Drive and the other near the new Evansdale Crossing building.

For more information about the Lunchtime Looks program, contact the Art Museum of WVU at (304) 292-7790.