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Explore themes within the Museum’s collection and exhibitions through engaging talks by local and regional history and arts professionals. Each program is offered during the week and on weekends, and is free and open to the public.
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October 2|NOON-1 P.M.
In dialogue with the exhibitions Ansel Adams: The Masterworks and The Idea of West, this talk considers thematic intersections with appropriations of the American West as a flexible metaphor in Franco-American exchange in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
If you are interested in purchasing a $10 lunch, please contact the Education Dept. at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 28.
November 7 |NOON – 1 P.M.
Open Range: The West and the American Imagination
Through an exploration of images of the American West drawn from paintings, photographs and cinema, Dr. McCoy will discuss the creation of the mythology of the West and its role in shaping American aspirations and character. What did the open range and endless possibility mean to Americans and what did it cost? Does the West still matter?
If you are interested in purchasing a $10 lunch, please contact the Education Dept. at email@example.com two days prior to each program.
This event is made possible through the 10”x10” Art for Education Fund.