Saturday, June 21, 2 pm
From cinema to advertising, popular images of the American West generally portray a hyper-masculine place with few women. In reality, women held critical roles in the West as independent homesteaders, cattlewomen, artists, voters, and, of course, gunslingers. Join curator Laura Fry to explore the stories of women in the West and in Western American art. Cost: $15 ($10 for members, $5 for students) Tickets
Wednesday, July 9, 11 am
Explore the outcomes and realities of biculturalism. Learn how we manage to merge cultures in the Northwest and how we can work to identify with the cultures that are part of us. This lecture is part of Tacoma Art Museum’s Lunch & Learn series. Cost: Free with museum admission.
Wednesday, July 23, 11 am
This lecture is part of Tacoma Art Museum’s Lunch & Learn series.
Cost: Free with museum admission.
| Images, top to bottom: Camille Patha, Lucent Thicket, 2005. Thomas Moran (1837–1926), Green River, Wyoming. Oil on canvas, 20 x 28 1/2 inches. Tacoma Art Museum, promised gift of Erivan and Helga Haub. || |