Newcomb Art Museum - Dee Briggs Lecture

Co-hosted by Tulane School of Architecture


Enjoy an artist lecture from sculptor Dee Briggs, whose sculpture “Three Rings 6′ Diameter” is currently on display in the Newcomb Pottery Garden.

About the sculpture:

Made of corten steel, the twelve-foot-tall sculpture was designed by Briggs in 2015, fabricated in Braddock, Pennsylvania and was previously installed in Foley Square at Thomas Paine Park in Lower Manhattan.

About the sculptor:

Dee Briggs was born in 1968 in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. She received a Masters of Architecture degree from Yale University in 2002 with undergraduate studies in architecture at the City College of New York. Briggs exhibits nationally and has taught in the schools of art and architecture at Carnegie Mellon University. She lives and works in Pittsburgh.

This event will be held in Room 201 at Richardson Memorial Hall; free and open to the public. Reception at 5 p.m., lecture at 6 p.m. This event is in collaboration with the Newcomb Art Museum.

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