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Doubleluck for Meany Patrons

September 19, 2017

Robert Rauschenberg's 1995 work, Doubleluck, on display in the west lobby of Meany Hall. / Photo: Colette Cosner

Visitors to Meany Hall for the Performing Arts will soon encounter a new piece of art when they attend an upcoming performance. Walking through the lobby, patrons will be greeted by a 20 foot wide, 8 foot tall original artwork by one of the most influential American artists of the 20th century, Robert Rauschenberg. Thanks to the generosity of long-time UW supporters, Marsha and Jay Glazer, UW students and the community will now have access to this significant artist and art work.

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Visitors to Meany Hall for the Performing Arts will soon encounter a new piece of art when they attend an upcoming performance. Walking through the lobby, patrons will be greeted by a 20 foot wide, 8 foot tall original artwork by one of the most influential American artists of the 20th century, Robert Rauschenberg.

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Doubleluck, by Robert Rauschenberg

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Robert Rauschenberg's 1995 work, Doubleluck, on display in the west lobby of Meany Hall. / Photo: Colette Cosner

Robert Rauschenberg's 1995 work, Doubleluck, on display in the west lobby of Meany Hall. / Photo: Colette Cosner