Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Lectures at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

If you've been paying attention, you know where to find me this coming Sunday afternoon: the Indianapolis Museum of Art's "Living Forever in Ancient Egypt" lecture. (Tickets for the lecture are free, but registration is required.) As the fall lecture season gets underway, that's not the only IMA event that looks intriguing.

Here's a quick look at the lectures the IMA has announced so far for its fall calendar.
  • Thursday, Aug. 28: Deciphering Egyptian Art.

  • Friday, Sept. 19: Image as Art/Image as History (with photographer Bill Foley).

  • Thursday, Oct. 2: Halston -- Making Fashion.

  • Sunday, Oct. 19: The Silent Theater of Edward Hopper.

  • Saturday, Oct. 25: Return to Dragon Mountain with Jonathan Spence (a look at life and art in the Ming dynasty).

  • Thursday, Oct. 30: After Memphis? Design in Europe Since 1990.

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