July 26, 2015, 3 – 5 pm

Sinful Sunday xxx

On Sinful Sunday, help us bid a Bacchanalian

farewell to the LUST art exhibition!

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The event will feature open sessions of LIVE figure drawing of a nude model in the center of the Lust show. A roving drawing instructor will help guide anyone who feels moved to rub pencil on paper. We will lavish you with sketching materials.

Plus, dive into a wine coupling lesson with Dylan’s Wine Cellar master, Steve Zwick. Grapes of gluttony will be exquisitely paired with luscious bites for your pleasure.

Then belly dance in a Dionysian frenzy along with graceful dance teacher, Belle Ritter. Marcy B. Freedman will then dazzle us with her Little Red Riding-hood Lust performance.

A full array is in store for you on Sinful Sunday. Please join us. No one under 18 admitted.

The 7 Deadly Sins: Lust exhibition is part of a groundbreaking series presented by the Fairfield Westchester Museum Alliance. The exhibition opened at the HVCCA on April 19, 2015 to great acclaim!

Artists include: Amy Bennett, Gilles Berquet, Ashley Bickerton, Bruce Bickford, Larry Clark, George Condo, Beatrice Cussol, Tony Matelli, Catherine Opie, Cindy Sherman, Betty Tompkins, Emily Wardill, and Entang Wiharso.

HVCCA members: $15, Non-members: $20

Image above: Robert Mapplethorpe, Ken Moody, 1984, Polaroid, 23  x 19 inches.

Marcy B. Freedman’s performances on Sinful Sunday:

Freedman will present the two types of performance art that are characteristic of her art practice: interactive and scripted.

Both of her pieces are entitled “In Bed with a Big, Bad Wolf.”

One involves face-to-face conversations with members of the public, while the other is a monologue, staged in a more traditional manner.

These two performances are based upon the artist’s recent study of the history of the “Little Red Riding Hood.” In examining several versions of the tale — some dating back to the seventeenth century — Freedman discovered some elements that were surprisingly sinister!

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