The Life and Work of the Johnson Family from the Seward Johnson Atelier, 1/19/21 @ 7 pm

That’s Worth Celebrating: The Life and Work of the Johnson Family
Tuesday, January 19 @ 7:00 pm via Zoom, Registration Required below.
Featured Image: Seward Johnson, Stainless Girl (in process), stainless steel, 15 x 30 x 40 inches, ©1969 The Seward Johnson Atelier, Inc.

Program |  Join Lynn DeClemente Losavio, Collection Manager of The Seward Johnson Atelier and Curator of the exhibition That’s Worth Celebrating: The Life and Work of the Johnson Family for a conversation about the Johnson’s family’s passion, their belief in the spirit of innovation, and the power of community and how Seward Johnson’s vision shaped his work and our world. This program is co-sponsored by the Pennington Public Library, the Better Health Program from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton and The Seward Johnson Atelier.

Bio  |  Lynn DeClemente Losavio, is a Hopewell Township resident and Collection Manager for The Seward Johnson Atelier (TSJA). Before becoming the Collection Manager for The Seward Johnson Atelier, she worked at Grounds For Sculpture for eight years. As a member of the senior staff at TSJA, she provides managerial oversight for the collection, archives, public programs, as well as other legacy building projects. She serves as the exhibition and collection staff liaison between The Seward Johnson Atelier and Grounds For Sculpture. This collaboration plays a key role in the growth of the relationship between the organizations supporting Seward Johnson’s legacy. She curated the exhibition on view at Grounds For Sculpture, That’s Worth Celebrating: The Life and Work of the Johnson Family.

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