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Tuesday April 01, 2014

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Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday April 08, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday April 15, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday April 22, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday April 29, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday May 06, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday May 13, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday May 20, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday June 17, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Tuesday June 24, 2014

Short Course: Art of the Late 19th Century
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Study European art of the late 19th centuries and American art of the same time period as represented in the Museum’s collection.  The course will include impressionism post-impressionism, and other movements.  The collection focus will include American Impressionism.

To register, please contact Max Milligan, 240-4365, edsecy@mmfa.org.

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Saturday March 14, 2015

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Film Screening and Tour
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

There will be a screening of the film Selma, Lord, Selma with a discussion by Sheyann Webb-Christburg, co-author of the book Selma, Lord, Selma. Additionally, History Refused to Die: Alabama’s African-American Self-Taught Artists in Context will be on view with a docent led tour.

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Thursday March 19, 2015

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Opening Reception
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join us for the opening receptions for History Refused to Die Alabama’s African-American Self-Taught Artists in Context and the ARTWORKS Corridor. The theme for the student exhibition is Confronting the Issues and a student recognition will be held at 6:00 P.M.

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Thursday April 02, 2015

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Reflections on the Civil Rights Movement in Montgomery with Loyd Howard
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Hosted by the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Civil Rights activist Loyd Howard will reflect on coming of age in Montgomery during the Civil Rights Movement, leading up to the Voting Rights Act.  Mr. Howard will focus on the bus boycott, in anticipation of the 60th anniversary later this year.

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Thursday April 23, 2015

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History of the Civil Rights Movement in Alabama with Randall Williams
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Writer, publisher, and history editor Randall Williams will explore the larger context of the civil rights movement in a discussion that ranges from slavery through Civil War and Reconstruction to the late 19th and early 20th century activism and organizing that resulted in the 1950s and 1960s dismantling of Jim Crow segregation. Alabama and Montgomery were at the center of this movement but were also part of a national political and social strategy that was evolving in the courts, the streets, the media, and government at all levels.  The program will also be recorded and made available on YouTube, Google+ and Museum’s website.

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