There are less than three weeks left to visit the Van Gogh for All exhibit at the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel.
Drake Bassi, the museum’s executive director, said the interactive exhibit highlighting the Dutch painter has been a huge success so far with not only daily visitors but school field trips.
“It has been wildly popular,” Bassi said. “We’ll literally have thousands of school kids come on bus tours, and that makes us smile. That is really kind of our mission.”
Van Gogh for All is an interactive, hands-on exhibition that uses modern technology and participatory learning to dive deeper into the artist’s work, personal struggles, and creative processes.
Featuring 3D reproductions of Van Gogh’s work – such as The Yellow House, Irises, and The Siesta – along with representations of the post-impressionist’s bedroom and studio, the free exhibit is on display until Nov. 5. Learn more here.
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