Exhibition - Ann Morton: A Violet Protest

Saturday, Oct 3, 2020 at 10:00am

Phoenix Art Museum
1625 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004

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Ann Morton: A Violet Protest and the 2019 Friends of Contemporary Art Artists’ Grants Recipients exhibition showcases various works by the recipients of the 2019 Arlene and Morton Scult Artist Award and the Friends of Contemporary Art Artists’ Grants.

Known for her work using traditional fiber techniques as conceptual tools for aesthetic and social communication to examine society, Morton explores themes of assumed entitlements, homogenization, marginalization, and human obsolescence as social divides that have been accepted as normal cultural paradigms.

After a 35+ year professional career as a graphic/environmental graphic designer, Ann earned her MFA in 2012 from Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute – School of Art, and has been an instructor at Arizona State University, Paradise Valley Community College and Mesa Community College. Currently, she is a practicing artist whose work has been shown nationally and internationally.

Exhibition Date: September 23, 2020 – February 21, 2021.

Location: Lower Level Katz Wing


Museum Members | Free

Military Access Program | Free

Adults | $23.00

Seniors | $20.00

Students | $18.00

Youth (6 – 17) | $14.00

Children (5 and younger) | Free

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