The results of Saturday’s Sumi Ink Club adorn an outdoor gallery.
Respite for a hard-working crew. From left, Mike Brady and Sammie Warren of ROLU and Walker photographer, Cameron Wittig.
Entrusting Open Field intern, Chloe Nelson to getting a selection of “classy snacks” was a brilliant plan.
A detail not to be overlooked, in Various Projects’ garments designed for ROLU’s residency.
A label with truth value.
To conclude the residency, ROLU’s Matt Olson read artist James Lee Byars’ 100 questions from The Black Book, along with a preamble written by MoMA P.S.1 curator, Peter Eleey, dedicating the reading to Rosemary Furtak, the beloved and recently departed Walker librarian of 29 years. In many ways it felt like a beginning as much as a closing.
A toast and celebration to an amazing two weeks. Congratulations ROLU!