Distinguished scholars and curators offer an in-depth look at time periods and styles. The series returns with Chief Curator Jennifer Hardin on Art in the Age of Revolution, part 1. Registration and full payment are required two weeks before the start of the series. First-come, first-served. To register, please contact email@example.com or 727.896.2667, ext. 210.
Eight public lectures, Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Marly Room
All eight lectures: $80 for Museum members, $100 for non-members. Individual lectures: $20, if seating is available.
The sessions follow:
March 9: Art in the Age of Revolution, part 1, Dr. Jennifer Hardin, Hazel and William Hough Chief Curator
March 16: Art in the Age of Revolution, part 2, Dr. Jennifer Hardin, Hazel and William Hough Chief Curator
March 23: “From Independence to Empire: American Art 1776-1930”, Dr. Jennifer Hardin, Hazel and William Hough Chief Curator
March 30: NO LECTURE
April 6: “Worlds Apart, Worlds Together: Asian Art in Focus”, Jason Steuber, Cofrin Curator of Asian Art at the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
April 13: “Through the Viewfinder: A History of Photography”, Sabrina Hughes, Curatorial Assistant
April 20 : “What You See Is What You See(?): A Survey of Postwar and Contemporary Art”, Kathryn Pill, Assistant Curator of Art after 1950
April 27: Twentieth Century European Art, Dr. Matthew McLendon, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
May 4: “Their Hands Are So Beautiful: Looking at African Art in Context”, Dr. Susan Cooksey, Curator of African Art at the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art