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...

Color and Clarity:
19th Century Naturalism
Thursday, March 28th, 2019
by Alexander Soukas
7:00-8:30 pm at Atelier Hall


This lecture will be on the evolution of visual perception from the 19th century french academies, to the naturalists schools that followed, and the repercussions of its flirtations with the prismatic palette and the advent of impressionism. Integral and forgotten figures such as Lepage, Bouveret, and Meunier will be covered. This will lead us to the phenomenon of the american colorist lineage and contemporary figures such as Hawthorne, Hensche, and Shanks. Scholarship, rather than history will be the backdrop to this discussion on the language of painting, and an artistic interpretation of these ideas as an evolution in visual perception and metaphysics rather than mere art history. 


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