January 2000 Special Exhibition

Special Exhibition of work from the
Jonathan Ross Hologram Collection at
The Butler Institute of American Art

The Director and Board of Trustees of
The Butler Institute of American Art
invite you to the dedication of
The Beecher Center for Art and Technology of the Butler Institute of American Art
Friday, January 14,2000 7-9pm

Honoured Guest
Famed New York Times Cartoonist AL HIRSCHFELD

Special Guests
International Art Collector JONATHAN ROSS

Nam June Paik: Electronic Superhighway Sponsored by Alltel
Art & Holography The Collection of Jonathan Ross, London, England
Graham Nash; Portraits Sponsored by Burger Travel Service
Michael Hardesty: Candle Blower 2

Also on View:

Al Hirschfeld: A Retrospective Sponsored by Attorney Michael Morley
Paul Jenkins: L'Eau at la Couleur Sponsored by Dr & Mrs Constantine G.Economus delicious hors d'oeuvres, decadent desserts cash bar reception sponsored by Alltel
flowers courtesy of Reese Floral Art programming in cooperation with PBS 45/49

The Butler's BEECHER CENTER, a south wing addition to The Butler Institute of American Art is a magnificent three story structure equipped with state-of-the-art capabilities for the creation and display of electronic art. With its skylit galleries, marble hallways, and high tech components, the Beecher Center ushers in a new era for American art and increases international visibility for "America's Museum".

Construction of the Butler's Beecher Center was initiated in conjunction with neighbouring Youngstown State University through a one time grant from the State of Ohio. The addition's completion was founded by individual regional donors and foundations.


Full list of works from the Jonathan Ross Collection which are being shown in this exhibition is available.


Please visit The Butler Institute of American Art web site.

Full list of work,
with descriptions
and illustrations,
is available.

Please visit some of the other exhibitions which have included work from the Jonathan Ross Collection at Gallery 286.

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