Come explore Maya Hayuk’s new site-specific mural, part of her Chem Trails series, now on view in the lobby of Columbia’s Miller Theatre. The evening begins with an intimate talk with the artist about her process and influences, moderated by Wallach Art Gallery Director and Chief Curator, Deborah Cullen. A Brooklyn-based artist with a diverse practice, Hayuk creates art in and for a range of contexts, from gallery exhibits to street art to museum commissions. She has painted her murals all over the world and has been the subject of exhibitions and commissions at The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles; Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht, The Netherlands; Musee E.A.V., Rio De Janiero, Brazil; among many others. The talk will be followed by a reception celebrating this new work, held right alongside Hayuk’s massive, technicolor mural.
This event is presented by the Arts Initiative as part of their series Creative Conversations: Ideas into Form. Maya Hayuk's site-specific work in the Miller Theatre lobby was co-commissioned by the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery and Miller Theatre at Columbia University.