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The Eleventh Annual Carol Walter Sinton Program for Craft Art: "Dancing Around Darkness: The Art of Norma Minkowitz"

June 20, 2015 -

Artist Norma Minowitz’s presentation to the Textile Arts Council will cover her life and career as an artist, and discuss her inspiration, methods, and artwork in detail.

Ms. Minkowitz was trained at the Cooper Union. She has held fellowships with the American Crafts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Guest Lecture: "Taking Shape: Modern and Contemporary Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art" by Dr. Sheena Wagstaff

Sheena Wagstaff
July 10, 2015 -

This is the 2nd Annual Robert and Daphne Bransten Lecture.

This year’s lecture features Dr. Sheena Wagstaff, Chairman of the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Panel Discussion: "Keeping San Francisco Alive: A Frank Conversation", moderated by Shannon Jackson

Janet Delaney, Second at Market Street, 1986
June 12, 2015 -

Join us for a panel discussion that aims to offer a historical and contemporary perspective on the role of the arts in urban planning and public policy in San Francisco. Discussion points will explore exemplary case studies, pivotal policy decisions, creative compromises, and new alternatives that affect the changing cultural life of our city.

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Conversation with Janet Delaney and Seth Curcio, Associate Director, Pier 24 Photography

Janet Delaney, View of the Financial District from South of Market Street, 1980
June 5, 2015 -

Janet Delaney in conversation with Seth Curcio about her exhibition Janet Delaney: South of Market and the photographic history of San Francisco.

Seth Curcio is an associate director at Pier 24 Photography. He is the founder of the online arts publication Daily Serving, and writes regularly about contemporary art and photography.

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Docent Lecture: "Artists in the Rain Forest: Creating the Maya World", by Edith Freeman

Stela with Queen Ix Mutal Ahaw
July 7, 2015 -

Daring and enduring architectural achievements in cities and ceremonial centers; portrayals of war, ritual, and belief; monumental and intimate renderings of the noble and lowly in ceramic, stone, and paint—Maya artists and master builders created a visual world whose remnants still move us with their perception, power, and imagination.

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Docent Lecture: "On Common Ground: The Fertile Landscape", Ellen Harden

Church, Rainy Season in the Tropics, 1866
July 18, 2015 -

Highlighting key moments in the landscape tradition from the 16th century to today, this lecture explores the relationship between artist and land through a selection of paintings, many from the collection of the Fine Arts Museums. These works demonstrate the variety of techniques and styles that make the landscape tradition so rich.

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