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Site Specific: Sonoma State University’s art collection installed at the Green Music Center is up for viewing, along with 10 Christo collages in Weill Hall’s mezzanine

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Come early to the Green Music Center’s opening festivities this weekend.  You won’t want to miss the 10 artworks—4 sculptures (3 outdoors and 1 indoors), 1 oil painting and 5 photographs by artists Bruce Johnson, Robert Ellison, Stephen De Staebler, Jack Stuppin and Wolfgang Volz, in Sonoma State University’s art collection newly installed at the Green Music Center.  Also on display in the Weill Hall mezzanine are 10 collages by Christo, from the Sonoma County Museum’s Tom Golden Collection, on loan to the Green Music Center through December, 2012

Bruce JohnSon “Asia” installed on the north end of the campus, across from the Green Music Center Education building

Robert Ellison: “Bar Note Bench” is installed outside the  Green Music Center Education building.

Stephen De Staebler: “Winged Figure Ascending,” in front of GMC;  “Figure With Sandstone Head” installed in lobby of
education wing

Jack Stuppin: “Alexander Valley and St. Helena,” in the Founders’ Room off the Dwight Courtyard Gallery, which is the long hallway leading from Prelude restaurant to the Weill Hall

Wolfgang Volz: 5 photos of Running Fence, hung in Dwight Courtyard Gallery which is the long hallway leading from Prelude restaurant to the Weill Hall

Stay-tuned to ARThound for a feature on this new art collection.

Details:  The public is encouraged to visit the Green Music Center’s artworks.  General public viewing for the artworks inside has not been thoroughly mapped out.  The building is generally accessible throughout the week, as Sonoma State classes are ongoing.  On concert nights, however, only ticket-holders are permitted in the venue.   The 10 Christo collages from the Sonoma County Museum’s Tom Golden Collection are on loan to the Green Music Center through December, 2012, and are located on the second floor mezzanine.

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