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Lectures & Gallery Talks

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Join us for talks and discussions that will ignite your curiosity, encourage conversation, and invite thoughtful questioning.

Upcoming Events

Amazing Alabama

Saturday, January 20, 2018
10:30 A.M.
Remember how much fun it was to color when you were a child? Do you enjoy coloring with your children? Join us for this book talk with Laura Murray, author and illustrator of Amazing Alabama: A Coloring Book Journey Through Our 67 Counties, whose publication coincides with Alabama’s bicentennial celebrations. It is designed to engage coloring book enthusiasts in learning about the unique character of our nation’s 22nd state. Participants will learn more about the artist, her research and design process, and coloring tips while coloring Amazing Alabama’s Montgomery County page.

This event is free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase and signing.


Anne Goldthwaite as Printmaker

Sunday, March 11, 2018
2 P.M.

Join Curator Margaret Lynne Ausfeld and Assistant Curator of Education Elisabeth Palmer for a gallery-based discussion about the graphic work of native Montgomerian painter and printmaker Anne Goldthwaite. The curators will be discussing Goldthwaite’s early training as a maker of fine art prints in the early twentieth century when women were just beginning to join the ranks of professional printmakers. Participants will take a closer look at impressions and subjects produced during her almost 50 year-long-career in Paris, Montgomery, and New York City.


The Peaceable Kingdom and Landscape

Thursday, March 22, 2018
6 P.M.
Member Only Event
Artist Jacqueline Bishop featured in Natural Wonders: The Art of Jacqueline Bishop and Douglas Bourgeois will be sharing insight into her work, landscapes, and the politics behind her art.

Bishop’s paintings, drawings, and installations explore the long tradition of landscape painting and the environmental issues behind it. Her detailed works are close observations of the world she inhabits, exploring species extinction, climate politics, and eco-political injustice. In her works on paper Bishop uses natural materials drawn from the landscape to address environmental issues.

We hope you will stay for a reception in honor of the opening of the spring exhibitions afterward. This event is for members only. Not a member? Become one today!