The Park Library is hosting the virtual reception for Persistence of Vision, an exhibition by artist Al Wildey. This exhibition is open January 11 - February 25 in the Baber Room, and is open to the public during regular library hours. Admission to the exhibition is free, masks are required, and a maximum of 8 people are allowed in the gallery at one time.
Because of limitations regarding the size of gatherings on the CMU campus , there will be no in-person presentations in the Park Library Building. Al Wildey's artist talk will only be available online. The presentation will be made available via Webex software, which allows attendees to view the presentation online or simply listen to the presentation through a regular telephone call.
To register for a presentation, click on the event title below.
January 14, 2020: Al Wildey: Persistence of Vision
After you click on the title, you will be taken to the Webex Events registration page. While registration is required for this event, there is no deadline for registering – you can register even after the presentation has started.
Please contact the Clarke Historical Library (email:
email@example.com, ph: 989.774.3352) for assistance or more information, including information about connecting to the presentation via telephone.
Registrants will receive a confirmation e-mail after their registration is submitted. They will also receive a reminder e-mail the day before the presentation. We will open the "doors" ten minutes before the artist's talk to give registrants time to get set up. When you are ready to join the presentation, click on the link in your confirmation e-mail. After the link directs you to a webpage, you will see a "Join Event Now" section on the right side of the page with a link for "Join Now" – click on that link and proceed to run the temporary application from Webex.