Curator Tour: Thick as Mud

Join Henry curator Nina Bozicnik for a tour of Thick as Mud, an exhibition that explores how mud animates relationships between people and place through the work of eight contemporary artists. Bozicnik will share insights into the concepts, ideas, and works within the exhibition, with time for questions and conversation.


Nina Bozicnik is a curator at the Henry Art Gallery, where she  has organized multiple solo and group exhibitions including most recently Thick as Mud (2023), ektor garcia: matéria prima (2022); Packaged Black: Derrick Adams and Barbara Earl Thomas (2021/22); Elaine Cameron Weir: STAR CLUB REDEMPTION BOOTH (2021); and Will Rawls: Everlasting Stranger (2021), realized in collaboration with Velocity Dance Center. Bozicnik’s curatorial work takes multiple forms and has recently included the multi-disciplinary colloquium Bugs & Beasts Before the Law, organized on the occasion of the artist duo Bambitchell’s exhibition of the same name; and programming in conjunction with the pilot year of the Henry’s artist fellowship program, designed to facilitate dynamic exchange between visiting artists and the University of Washington community. Recent publications include ektor garcia: matéria prima, Bugs & Beasts Before the Law, Appendix A-L, and Carrie Yamaoka: recto/verso.


FREE with suggested donation admission. Pre-registration is highly encouraged.

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