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Patrick Dougherty "Stick Work" Installation

Monday, October 3rd to Friday, October 21st, 2016


Positions0 Remaining
Close DateAny time before the event ends or when space runs out.
Age Limit16 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:

(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 DetailsParking is located along North Shore Rd. and on site.
CausesArts & Culture Community
SkillsArtistic Help Planting and Gardening
5 Positions Filled | 0 Impacts | 0 Hours

Location: Located in Norfolk's Lochhaven neighborhood, situated between the Norfolk Naval Base and Old Dominion's campus., 7637 North Shore Rd., Norfolk, VA 23505

Shifts (2)

Morning shiftMon, Oct 03, 9:00AMFri, Oct 21, 12:00PM4/10Over
Afternoon shiftMon, Oct 03, 1:00PMFri, Oct 21, 5:00PM1/10Over