|Close Date||Any time before the event ends or when space runs out.|
|Age Limit||16 and up|
The Hermitage Museum & Gardens is pleased to announce it will be host to an exhibition of nationally-acclaimed artist, Patrick Dougherty's "stick work" beginning October, 2016. Dougherty is a native of North Carolina and works with elements sourced from the natural world such as sticks, branches, saplings, etc. to create whimsical, larger-than-life architectural sculptures in outdoor environments.
We are currently seeking volunteers (ages 16+) to assist us in the installation process of Dougherty's exhibition from October 3 through October 21, 2016. If you or someone you know is interested in this unique opportunity, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at The Hermitage Museum, Lindsay Neal: VolunteerCoordinator@TheHermitageMuseum.org
(P) 757.423.2052 x.0
Patrick Dougherty at The Hermitage Museum & Gardens October 2016
Contact Volunteer Coordinator to complete Volunteer Application
Because this is a volunteer project that requires physical activity, please make mention of any physical limitations you may have.
|Parking Details||Parking is located along North Shore Rd. and on site.|
|Causes||Arts & Culture Community|
|Skills||Artistic Help Planting and Gardening|
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