Public Program

Curator Talk: Kelly Montana on Marcia Kure’s “NETWORK”

Join the Menil’s Assistant Curator Kelly Montana for a talk on Marcia Kure’s NETWORK (2021), the third in an ongoing series of ephemeral, site-specific wall drawings commissioned for the entry space of the Menil Drawing Institute. Montana will discuss how Kure’s use of line and materials explore contemporary and historical trade routes of the African diaspora.

As always, Menil programs are free and open to all.

Attending the program:

This program takes place in the Menil Drawing Institute, located at 1412 W. Main St. Further information regarding accessibility and parking can be found here. Registration is not required.

All visitors are required to wear masks that cover their nose and mouth while inside of our art buildings. For additional protocols, click here.

About the series:

Curator Talks take place on select Sundays at 3 p.m. Menil curators speak on a single work of art, or small group of works, currently on display in the museum. These informal, 30-minute discussions offer the opportunity to learn more about and engage with artworks in intimate gallery settings.