Breaking Bread: An Evening with Ann Hamilton and Rebecca Solnit
Shared meals have long been integral to the Headlands experience, and a key part of those meals: bread. Headlands’ bread has been an iconic part of the organization reaching at least as far back as the installation of Ann Hamilton’s (AIR ’91) Mess Hall, commissioned in 1989. Join us in breaking bread with Hamilton and fellow Alumni Artist Rebecca Solnit (AIR ’89) and a discussion on the early days of Headlands and Hamilton’s iconic commission. Prior to the conversation, we’ll begin by serving Headlands’ sourdough, straight from the hearth.
Due to rain in Sunday’s forecast, we are moving the event indoors to the Eastwing on the second floor of Building 944.
To ensure your comfort and safety, masks will be required in the Eastwing during the talk. Elsewhere in the building, masks will be optional so that you can enjoy some bread and butter as well as hot drinks before the talk. Please be sure to arrive promptly at 4 if you wish to partake in those snacks though, as no food or drink will be allowed in the Eastwing.