CAC Members are invited to join us for StudioV, the CAC's series of live, intimate virtual tours of artists’ studios and collectors’ homes -- LIVE on Zoom! On Thursday, January 7, CAC Executive Director and host George Scheer will lead an exploration inside the artistic practice of Alabama-based visual artist Carrie Johnson, whose installation work Democracy Machine (After the remains found of an Ancient Greek Kleoterion) is on view now at the CAC.
Carrie Johnson is a multi-disciplinary visual artist working and living in Alabama. Place, landscape, and the idea of "the sacred" are important themes in Johnson’s work and she takes inspiration from the materials she works with, including locally sourced minerals to create paintings, sculpture, and ceramic works.
Admission is free and exclusive to CAC Members only, but space is limited.
This event is part of the CAC's ongoing online programming for Make America What America Must Become, An Exhibition of Gulf South Artists, on view at the CAC through January 24, 2021. Learn more and explore our Virtual Exhibition, here.
Not yet a CAC Member? For as little as $25 a year, CAC Members enjoy complimentary admission to CAC galleries year-round, exclusive access to StudioV (the CAC's series of virtual studio tours), early access to the CAC's in-person and online programming, and discounts to our 2021 performing arts season. Join Today!