Free Atelier Hall Lecture Series

Join Us for our Free Lecture Series every other Thursday at 7:00 P.M.

Art History from the perspective of Professional Artists, Heads of Established Arts Organizations, Museum Curators, Anatomy from Surgeons, Live Art Demonstrations all while surrounded by the beautiful artwork in Atelier Hall Gallery, good company and of course... coffee.

 

 

Next Lecture at Atelier Hall...

 
American Sculptors, European Training
 
Thursday, July 25th, 2019
by Jason Arkles
7:00-8:30 pm at Atelier Hall

 

Sculptor and Historian Jason  Arkles explores the first generation of American sculptors to travel to Europe for their artistic education. The traditional 'Atelier' training they received left an impact on American sculpture that still resonates today.

This event is open to the public. There is a requested $10.00 donation. Light Refreshments will be served.

 


Chardin
 
Thursday, August 8th, 2019
by Kevin McEvoy
7:00-8:30 pm at Atelier Hall
 
 
The next segment of Atelier Director Kevin McEvoy's Art History Lecture Series will cover Jean-Baptiste Chardin, 18th Century French painter. Chardin is known as the master of the still life and genre painting due to his masterful utilization of dim and soft light in his compositions. Join us in learning Chardin's background and impact on the 18th Century French movements.

After the lecture, The Atelier will showcase classical cellist James Acampora for a 20 minute performance of 18th Century classical compositions for your enjoyment.

This event has a $10.00 requested donation which will be applied to The Atelier fund for scholarship students. Light refreshments will be served.