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Shakespeare on the Wall

Cordelia, King Lear’s youngest daughter, is hanged, or so we learn from others on stage, before her body is dragged out from backstage.   John Tollett / oil on canvas

Cordelia, King Lear’s youngest daughter, is hanged, or so we learn from others on stage, before her body is dragged out from backstage.

John Tollett / oil on canvas

In conjunction with the Santa Fe Summer Shakespeare festival, we are creating an eclectic exhibit of Shakespeare-inspired art.

An eclectic collection of artists will contribute their unpredictable visions of Shakespeare and the Shakespearean plays. The exhibit’s opening reception time (5 – 7 p.m.) has been planned so that artists and opening reception attendees can revel in the artistic diversity, then meander a block down the street to the Swan Theater to see the International Shakespeare Center production of Measure for Measure.

Earlier Event: August 8
iDraw Shakespeare
Later Event: September 13
Barbara Riley: Breath on Paper