March 31 Appetite for Art: Relish the West
11:30 am gallery talk followed by lunch at noon



Loosen your belts, open your minds, and get ready for another scrumptious  Appetite for Art!

Join Joslyn curators on select Tuesdays from September through May for stimulating gallery talks and delicious lunches inspired by Joslyn’s most tasty masterpieces! All lectures begin at 11:30 am followed by lunch at noon in the beautiful Storz Fountain Court. Space is limited and advance reservations are required five days prior to the event. Ticket price per event includes sales tax: $35 Joslyn Members; $45 for the general public. A special lecture-only ticket is available for $10. Docents are admitted to gallery talks free of charge. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Make your reservations today online or by calling (402) 661-3862.  Satisfy your hunger for delicious art, fine food, and great conversation at another season of Appetite for Art!


Featured Artwork: Maynard Dixon, Open Range, 1942

A lifelong nonconformist, in art as well as life, the fiercely independent Dixon scorned schools, fashions, trends, and movements. His creed was simple: Find the truth in the West’s spirit, its vastness, solitude, and power; interpret the land’s relevance to people and its dominance over their very spirit and lives; and finally, with enormous clarity, simplicity, and honesty, portray the culture of the native peoples and their special metaphysical harmony with the land, their gods, and lives.

Guests to this program will enjoy an equally moving menu featuring an “Orleans” grilled tenderloin salad—crisp salad greens, fresh spinach, grilled Portobello mushrooms, roasted Roma tomatoes, grilled eggplant, Kalamata olives and feta cheese tossed in a Dijon vinaigrette and topped with grilled sliced tenderloin. Strawberry shortcake with whipped cream is a sweet farewell.

Image: Maynard Dixon (American, 1875-1946), Open Range, 1942, oil on canvas, Lent by W.C. Foxley L-2005.20

PLEASE NOTE: Due to a scheduling conflict, this program was moved from May 26. We apologize for any inconvenience.