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Chadds Ford, PA

Memoir and N. C. Wyeth’s Letters


N. C. Wyeth's surpassing gift for narrative made him one of the most famous illustrators of all time. But his narrative talents can also be found in the letters that he wrote—letters that captured the mood of the day, the curiosity of a child, the weight of the snow, the wonder that galvanized him as well as the anxiety that could set in. Beth Kephart will explore the autobiographer in N. C. Wyeth and recount a special trip she took to Wyeth's grandson's home, where she held Wyeth history in her hands. The Museum will open at 5:30 p.m. with the program at 6 p.m. and a reception to follow. Price: $15 members, $20 non-members.


Brandywine River Museum of Art

Memoir and N. C. Wyeth’s Letters Tuesday,
July 16,
6 p.m
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Chicago, IL

Open House Featuring
Manet and Modern Beauty


Take a closer look at this celebrated exhibition with members of the Sustaining Fellows, family, and friends. Gloria Groom, chair of European Painting and Sculpture and David and Mary Winton Green Curator of European Painting and Sculpture, speaks about the show before an exhibition viewing and reception.


Art Institute of Chicago

Open House Featuring Manet and Modern Beauty Tuesday,
July 16,
6:00–9:00
Miami, FL

Artist Talk: Lisa Haque


Have you ever wondered how paper can be made into art? Join Miami-based artist Lisa Haque at Books & Books Coral Gables, for an intimate conversation about her work and papermaking process

Haque’s works are currently on view in Spheres of Meaning: An Exhibition of Artists’ Books. Come by the museum today to view these works and join us for her free talk at Books & Books Coral Gables.


The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum

Artist Talk: Lisa Haque Thursday,
July 18,
8 pm
Winston-Salem, NC

Opening Reception for Furnished and Painting Happy Hill Exhibitions

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA)

Opening Reception for Furnished and Painting Happy Hill Exhibitions Thursday,
July 18,
8 pm
San Jose, CA

Third Thursday: Celebrate the opening of Beta Space: Pae White

San José Museum of Art


Third Thursday: Celebrate the opening of Beta Space: Pae White Thursday,
July 18,
5–9pm
Greensburg, PA

Opening Reception for Nicole Czapinski: an illusionary pain in a nonexistent hand exhibition

In conjunction with Summer Saturday: Endless Summer Beach Party.


The Westmoreland Museum of American Art

Saturday,
July 20,
7-9pm
Minneapolis, MN Opening Reception –
Treasures of Memory and Hope


The Museum of Russian Art, in partnership with St. Sahag Armenian Church, presents a special pop-up exhibition in the main gallery - Treasures of Memory and Hope Join us for the opening reception of this special exhibition! Refreshments will be available for your enjoyment. On view in the main gallery at The Museum of Russian Art July 20-30, 2019 TICKETS: TMORA Members FREE | General Admission $10 | Senior Admission (65+) $8 | Student Admission $5


The Museum of Russian Art

Opening Reception – Treasures of Memory and Hope Saturday,
July 20,
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Dallas, TX

A closing artist talk for artspace's
June - July Exhibiting Artists

This event will be Free and Open to the Public.

artspace

A closing artist talk for artspace's June - July Exhibiting Artists Sunday,
July 21,
2:00 p.m.
Chicago, IL

AIC's Second Annual Block Party


A full day of performances, talks, storytelling, and art making in and around the entire museum. We invite you to take a close look at the lives of things and ask how the meaning of an artwork or an object changes over time—as it moves; changes hands, places, or functions; or when it becomes part of a collection. Explore, create, and enjoy at our biggest event of the summer.

Don’t miss a special performance by Jamila Woods in the evening following Block Party. Please note that this program is not included in Block Party admission and requires a separate ticket.


Art Institute of Chicago

Sunday,
July 21,
10:30–5:00
Los Angeles, CA

TALK: Celebrating Rembrandt


The enduring power of Rembrandt’s art resonates especially strongly in Southern California, home to the third-largest collection of Rembrandt’s paintings in the United States, as well as substantial holdings of drawings and prints. On the occasion of the 350th anniversary of his death, in 1669, local curators will discuss Rembrandt’s versatility and impact in three different media: drawings, paintings, and prints. Harold M. Williams Auditorium. Free | Advance ticket required.

This talk is co-presented with the Consulate General of the Netherlands, who will host a reception following the talk.


The Getty Center

TALK: Celebrating Rembrandt Wednesday,
July 24,
7 pm
Washington, DC

Phillips Book Club: The Refugees: Open Discussion

The Refugees
by Viet Thank Nguyen


Join Phillips staff for a discussion about stories 1 through 4 in Viet Thanh Nguyen’s The Refugees, a collection of short stories by the Pulitzer-Prize-winning author that explores lives lived between two worlds: the adopted homeland and the country of birth.
Phillips Music Room.


Phillips Collection

Phillips Book Club: The Refugees: Open Discussion July 25,
6:30 pm
Huntsville, AL

Get out your bell bottoms and love beads for an evening of Peace, Love, Rock & Roll!


Lecture & Preview Party for Peace, Love, Rock & Roll: Elliott Landy’s Woodstock Vision

Lecture by Elliott Landy: 6:00 p.m., Loretta Spencer Hall. (Doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
Preview Party: 7:00-8:30 p.m., Gallery Level
Live music from Big Daddy Kingfish!
Passed canapés served by Chef Narvell.
Complimentary wine bar!

Saturday,
July 27,
6-8:30 p.m.
Chicago, IL Artist Talk: Postcommodity


Postcommodity’s Cristóbal Martínez and Kade L. Twist join exhibition curator Lekha Hileman Waitoller in conversation on the occasion of their site-specific installation With Each Incentive.

Free with museum admission


Art Institute of Chicago

Artist Talk: Postcommodity Sunday,
Jul 26,
3:00–4:00
Myrtle Beach, SC

Lecture About Collection of 19th-Century Paintings and Drawings by
Emily Esdaile Weston


Art collector Dr. Hal Holmes of Conway, SC, will present us with a lecture on his collection of 105 , now on view through September 1 in the Art Museum's second-floor galleries. In addition to an overview of the collection and what is known about the artist Emily Weston, Holmes will talk about how he came to learn about the art work, how the collection was secured and its significance to our area.

Dr. Holmes' presentation is FREE with only 40 seats available. Reserve your spot today!


The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum

Lecture About Collection of 19th-Century Paintings and Drawings by Emily Esdaile Weston Saturday,
July 27,
1 pm
Saint Louis, MO

Prophets of Modern Art: Gauguin, Vuillard, and the Nabis


Abigail Yoder, curatorial research assistant

Capacity is limited for each Gallery Talk. Pick up a lanyard at the Information Center in Sculpture Hall to reserve a spot.

This free, hourlong informal discussion offers insights into the Museum’s permanent collection and featured exhibitions. Talks take place in the galleries (unless otherwise noted) and are led by curators, museum educators, professors, artists, and other experts. Free.


Saint Louis Art Museum

Prophets of Modern Art: Gauguin, Vuillard, and the Nabis Thursday,
August 1,
11 am – noon
Milwaukee, WI

Gallery Talk: Petite Posters: Jules Chéret and Le Courrier français


Learn more about Jules Chéret, considered the father of the poster, and the weekly journal Le Courrier français, which publicized and reproduced Chéret's poster designs, in the exhibition Petite Posters: Jules Chéret and Le Courrier français with Nikki Otten, associate curator of prints and drawings. European Art Galleries, Level 2, Gallery S202.


Milwaukee Art Museum

Tuesday,
August 6,
1:30 PM
Dallas, TX

Gallery Talk: Caravaggio


Julien Domercq, the DMA's Lillian and James H. Clark Assistant Curator of European Art, will discuss Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio's masterpiece Martha and Mary Magdalene, on loan from the Detroit Institute of Arts.


Dallas Museum of Art

Gallery Talk: Caravaggio Wednesday,
August 7,
12:15 p.m.
Saint Louis, MO

The Bauhaus and Its Legacy


This free, hourlong informal discussion offers insights into the Museum’s permanent collection and featured exhibitions. Talks take place in the galleries (unless otherwise noted) and are led by Genevieve Cortinovis, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts and Design; Hannah Klemm, assistant curator of modern and contemporary art; and Eric Lutz, associate curatorof prints, drawings, and photographs.

Capacity is limited for each Gallery Talk. Pick up a lanyard at the Information Center in Sculpture Hall to reserve a spot. Free.


Saint Louis Art Museum

The Bauhaus and Its Legacy Thursday,
August 8,
11 am–noon
Indianapolis, IN

Artist Talk: Samuel Levi Jones


Join artist and Indiana native, Samuel Levi Jones in conversation with curators Kelli Morgan, Associate Curator of American Art, and Bryn Jackson, Assistant Curator of Audience Engagement and Performance, for a talk on his first major museum survey of works, Samuel Levi Jones: Left of Center. The Toby.


Newfields

Artist Talk: Samuel Levi Jones Thursday,
August 22,
7 p.m.
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