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Due to the COVID-19: some museums are closing to the public.
Most remaim open; but, many are cancelling public events.
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Phoenix, AZ ACI 2nd Wednesday Luncheon with author Rebecca C Tuite

Join ACI for an afternoon at Phoenix Art Museum with lunch followed by a lecture with guest speaker author Rebecca C. Tuite on her book 1950s In Vogue: The Jessica Daves Years, 1952-1962. Tuite’s book, 1950s In Vogue, is a gorgeously illustrated celebration of American Vogue at the mid-century, under the editorship of the oft-overlooked editor-in-chief, Jessica Daves.


Phoenix Art Museum

Wednesday,
March 11,
11:30 am
Chicago, IL

Express Talk: Noda Tetsuya

Join educator Nancy Chen for a conversation about works by Noda Tetsuya, one of the most successful contemporary print artists in the world. Noda’s evocative prints are featured in the Art Institute’s exhibition Noda Tetsuya: My Life in Print, the first solo show of the artist’s work in North America

Meet in Gallery 100


Art Institute of Chicago

Wednesday,
March 11,
12:00–12:30
Augusta, GA

Art at Lunch: Elliott Daingerfield


Art historian and independent curator Jay Williams discusses the work and life of North Carolina painter Elliott Daingerfield. Members, $12; nonmembers, $16. Catered lunch included. Paid reservations due March 11.


Morris Museum of Art

Wednesday,
March 11,
12:00–12:30
Omaha, NE

Curator Gallery Talks: Fact and Fiction in Contemporary Photography


Join Toby Jurovics, Chief Curator and Holland Curator of American Western Art for a gallery walk through the special exhibition Fact and Fiction in Contemporary Photography. Jurovics will discuss the significance of the exhibition and consider key works in the show.

Two gallery talks will be offered beginning at 6:30 PM and 7:15 PM. Space is limited and advanced registration is requested. Walk-in guests will only be admitted as space permits.


Joslyn Art Museum

Curator Gallery Talks: Fact and Fiction in Contemporary Photography Thursday
March 12,
6:30 and 7:15 PM (guests choose one)
Cincinnati, OH

Gorham Silver Lecture with Elizabeth Williams


Join Elizabeth Williams, David and Peggy Rockefeller Curator of Decorative Arts and Design at the RISD Museum, to learn how Gorham Manufacturing Company put uniquely American designs on the international stage. Fath Auditorium,

Members, FREE; general admission, $10. Purchase tickets/RSVP

Reservations recommended for the lecture, please call (513) 721-ARTS. Prior to the lecture, members are invited to enjoy light hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar in the Great Hall. Reservations for dinner in the Terrace Café are also available. For café reservations please call (513) 639-2986.


Cincinnati Art Museum

Gorham Silver Lecture with Elizabeth Williams Thursday,
March 12,
7–8 p.m.
Dallas. TX

Gallery Talk: Inside a Senufo Helmet Mask


DMA curator Dr. Roslyn Walker will discuss a recent collaboration with UT Southwestern Medical Center and the Dallas Zoo that revealed the inner workings of a Senufo helmet mask from the Museum’s African art collection. A medium wears this kind of mask as a helmet at initiations, funerals, harvest celebrations, and secret events conducted by the powerful male-only Komo society/ FREE.


Dallas Museum of Art

Gallery Talk: Inside a Senufo Helmet Mask Wednesday,
March 18,
12:15 p.m
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Chicago, IL

Gallery Talk: Signs and Wonders—The Photographs of John Beasley Greene


Over the course of an exceptionally brief career, John Beasley Greene (1832–56) produced work in Egypt and Algeria that both helped advance archaeology and define photography in its early decades. To make sense of his landscape photographs within the archaeological and colonial context of mid-19th-century France, join Liz Siegel, Curator of Photography, and Ashley Arico, Elizabeth McIlvaine Assistant Curator of Ancient Art, for this interdisciplinary exhibition tour. Meet in Gallery 100.

Please note: This tour has limited capacity. Participation will be on a first-come, first-served basis.


Art Institute of Chicago

Gallery Talk: Signs and Wonders—The Photographs of John Beasley Greene Thursday,
March 19,
12:00–1:00
Bentonville, NC

2019 Distinguished Speaker Series: Laurie Anderson: Visual Artist, Composer, Musician, Film Director, Writer


The Distinguished Speaker Series at Crystal Bridges invites visitors to hear from internationally acclaimed leaders who inspire new ways of thinking about art, architecture, and nature.


Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

2019 Distinguished Speaker Series: Laurie Anderson: Visual Artist, Composer, Musician, Film Director, Writer Friday.
March 22,
7-8pm
Chicago, IL

Trapp Japanese Art Lecture: Conversation—Noda Tetsuya


Japanese print artist Noda Tetsuya, one of the most successful contemporary print artists, and his wife, Dorit Bartur, discuss the intersections of his private life and public career with Janice Katz, Roger L. Weston Associate Curator of Japanese Art.

This spring the Art Institute of Chicago presents the largest museum exhibition of Noda’s work in North America, Noda Tetsuya: My Life in Print.

Fullerton Hall. Registration required

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Art Institute of Chicago

Trapp Japanese Art Lecture: Conversation—Noda Tetsuya Thursday.
April 2,
6:00–7:00
Lowell, MA

VISUAL VOICES IX Reception


Whistler House Museum of Art

VISUAL VOICES IX Reception Saturday,
April 4,
2 to 4 pm
Durham, NC

Annual Rothschild Lecture:
Ebony G. Patterson

Ebony G. Patterson’s solo exhibition Ebony G. Patterson . . . while the dew is still on the roses . . . has transformed the galleries.


She will deliver the Annual Rothschild Lecture. Patterson will talk about how her work investigates forms of embellishment as they relate to youth culture within disenfranchised communities and break down themes of violence, masculinity, visibility and invisibility within black youth culture globally. The exhibition includes work Patterson has produced over the past five years, embedded within a new installation environment that references a night garden.

5:30 PM Cash bar I 6:30 PM Lecture Hall opens I 7 PM Annual Rothschild Lecture


Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

Annual Rothschild Lecture: Ebony G. Patterson Thursday,
April 9,
5:30–8 PM
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