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Let’s celebrate Women’s History Month together! The Hartness Library Book Club will honor black women in STEM by reading Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race by Margot Lee Shetterly. (Now a major motion picture!) To get a copy, fill out this request form, contact Hartness directly, or check your local public library. Join our discussion via Zoom.
Join us for the discussion on 3/29 @ noon via Zoom! (Live closed captioning provided.) Please contact us for the Zoom link.
Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call #1-800-431-0025.
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Hartness Library Virtual Yarn & Craft Circle
Thursdays at Noon Contact us for the Zoom link.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-431-0025
Art by Katie Runde
Katie Runde’s art straddles several disciplines and draws from a wide range of expertise. She was raised among medievalists, has been drawing as long as she was able to hold a crayon, playing saxophone since age eight, and theologizing since that day somewhere around age eleven when Mass stopped making neat story sense. She holds a master’s degree in religious studies from the University of Chicago Divinity School, a BA in folklore/ethnology and music from University College Cork in Ireland, and undertook two years’ apprenticeship with the great realist painter Evan Wilson.
Where so much of the adventure of contemporary art comes down to exploring new media, Runde takes her wild paradigm of spirituality, scholarship, and even some improvisation and tonal colors into the traditional medium and techniques of classical oil painting to wrap it all together into something completely new, integrative, and deeply human.
Recent awards include the Collection Magazine Award at the 2016 ARC Salon, Best in Show at the Wethersfield Academy of the Arts Juried Fine Art Show and Competition, first place at the NH Center for the Arts Regional Juried Show and second place at the Connecticut Women Artists 84th National Open Juried exhibition in Norwich, Connecticut. Her work has appeared in galleries from the Salmagundi Club and the MEAM Museum in Barcelona (ARC Live Exhibition 2017) to the annual gala exhibition at the Huntsville Museum of Art in Huntsville, AL, the Madelon Powers Gallery of East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, PA, and solo shows at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester, VT and the Artistree Gallery on the Green in Woodstock, VT.
Runde’s artwork will be on display at the Hartness Library in Randolph Center through the Spring semester.
Angie is a handmade paper and mixed media artist, creativity mentor, movement facilitator, and teacher. Angie was born in Sicily, Italy, and has immersed herself in her-story as she reclaims her identity to women’s wisdom traditions of Old World Europe. Angie is a guide, a trusted teacher with over 20 years of teaching experience, and a model of how to live a life of abundant creativity, personal growth, and purpose.