Debate amongst yourselves in the audio lounge adjacent to the exhibit, or lob your questions at Kristen Miller Zohn, the curator from the Columbus Museum of Art, who will be on hand to share stories behind the exhibit at 6:30 on Thursday, May 10, at the Hunter.
Better still, take the ride at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 18, when the Hunter hosts “Rock the Bluff: A Sound and Vision Party.” For $25 (in advance; $30 at the door), you can view the exhibit along with food, drinks and the Nim Nims providing the musical background. Now that is the Hard Rock, Hunter-style.
There are also talks by UTC assistant professor of photography, media arts and graphic design Lakshmi Luthra on Thursday, May 17; a screening of “The Doors” on Thursday, May 24; and on Thursday, May 31, Clint Schmitt, UTC professor of music and jazz, and Hunter curators explore the sounds and images behind the exhibition.
Clearly, it’s Rock Month at the Hunter. And that, kids, is all right.
“Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock and Roll Photography”
Through Aug. 12
Hunter Museum of American Art
10 Bluff View