TODAY IN THE MUSEUM
Impressionist France: Visions of Nation from Le Gray to Monet
Thursday, April 24–Saturday, April 26
$75 ($50 Members and Students with ID)
This symposium will provide a rare opportunity to explore topics presented in the exhibition. Speakers include prominent scholars from the United States and Europe, many of whom have contributed to the study of 19th century France in subjects as diverse as art history, technology, social history, and photograpy.
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|Currently on View
Impressionst France: Visions of Nation from Le Gray to Monet
March 16–July 6, 2014
Main Exhibition Galleries
Mother Earth, Father Sky: Weavings from the Navajo World
January 21, 2014–
Flowers of the Four Seasons in Chinese and Japanese Art
February 7–September 1, 2014
Anything but Civil: Kara Walker's Vision of the Old South
February 26–August 10, 2014
Galleries 234 and 235
|Daily Collection Tour
Meet at the Information Center.
Explore the Museum's collection with an informative, docent-led tour—offered free to all visitors. The tour departs from the Information Center in Sculpture Hall and usually lasts about one hour.
No Gallery Talk today
On Bell Towers and Borders, Perspective and the Picturesque: Aspects of Landscape in France, 1850-1900
Thursday, April 24, 6:00 pm
$15 ($10 Members)
Richard Thomson, Watson Gordon Professor of Fine Art at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland
An expert on late 19th century and early 20th century French art, Richard Thomson will kick off the Impressionist France symposium in a lecture that is open to the general public.
All events, including free events, in The Farrell Auditorium are ticketed. Tickets may be purchased or reserved in person at the Museum's Information Centers or through MetroTix at metrotix.com or 314-534-1111. All tickets purchased or reserved through MetroTix incur a service charge; the service charge is waived for tickets purchased at the Museum.
To learn about other events taking place at the Museum, visit the Calendar, This Week at the Museum, or our Program Guide.