Susan Ruderman’s photo of Cyrus Dallin’s ‘Menotomy Indian Hunter’ highlights Arlington’s history, according to readers.
Congratulations to Susan Ruderman! Her photo of Cyrus Dallin’s “Menotomy Indian Hunter” won our Facebook cover photo contest. Ruderman’s photo was tied 7-7 with Lynn Federico Stachnick’s “A serene nightscape in Arlington Heights” at the noon Wednesday deadline. Then, with voting extended five hours, Ruderman’s photo received four more votes to take the victory. Ruderman’s photo will now grace the top of the Arlington Patch Facebook page, and she will receive a $50 gift card as the winner. A number of other photos also received votes. You can check them all out here. (Editor’s note: Only votes in the comments section on the contest page are counted in Arlington Patch contests.)
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Massachusetts College of Art and Design are hosting events this Saturday, June 9, in conjunction with the 150th anniversary celebration of the birth of Dallin.
Monday, June 4, 2012
The following is from the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum. On Saturday, June 9, the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), Boston, and the Massachusetts College of Art and Design will offer programs in conjunction with the 150th anniversary celebration of the birth of Cyrus Dallin. MFA Senior Curator of Decorative Arts and Sculpture Gerald Ward will present three 20-minute Spotlight Talks featuring Dallin’s “Appeal to the Great Spirit” at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. The talks will take place at the “Appeal,” which is located outside the MFA's Huntington Avenue entrance in the Bank of America Plaza. At 3:30 p.m., adjunct Massachusetts College of Art and Design faculty member Lugh Giacomozzi will lead a guided tour of the College’s studios for clay modeling and methods of …