CONTEMPORARY ART LECTURE SERIES
AT THE HARWOOD
A Survey of the Changes in Art in the 20th Century will be explored in a series of lectures and slide presentations at the Harwood Museum, given by Robert M. Ellis, Director. The series will address the changing nature of contemporary art, providing insights and understanding into the art and artists of today. The lectures will be approximately one hour long followed by an open discussion.
The series will be held in the Mid-20th Century Gallery and begin at 7:00 pm on the following dates:
Four Score and Twenty Years Ago, Our Forefathers...
A look at the turn of the Century, 1890-1910 - Cezanne, the Fauves and German Expressionists
The Reign of Spain is Mainly in the Plane...
Picasso and the old Masters of Modern Art - Mondrian, Duchamp and Schwitters
The Good Old Days or They're Playing Our Song...
Post WWII, America as a World Art Leader - Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art
They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To...
Pluralism and the Post-Modern Explosion
There is a $3 admission fee for each lecture. Harwood Museum Alliance members are admitted free. Due to limited seating, please RSVP at (505) 758-9826 for reservations.
The Harwood Museum is located at 238 Ledoux Street, Taos.
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