Welcome to another installment of Appetite for Art!
Join Joslyn Director Jack Becker and curators Toby Jurovics and Karin Campbell on select Tuesdays every month for stimulating gallery talks and superb lunches inspired by Joslyn’s most mouth-watering masterpieces!
All lectures begin at 11:30 am in the galleries and are followed by lunch at noon in the beautiful Storz Fountain Court (please note this year not all programs are scheduled on the final Tuesday of each month). Space is limited and advance reservations are required five days prior to the event. Ticket price per event includes sales tax: $35 Joslyn Members; $40 for all others. Enjoy one free program by purchasing a series pass: $245 Joslyn Members; $280 for all others. Tickets are non-refundable.
For delectable art, fine food, and friendly conversation register online
today or contact Joslyn's Director of Adult programs at (402) 661-3862 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Stony Gap, Kaaterskill Clove, 1826-1827
Oil on wood panel
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Miller Bequest Fund, 1951.661
Thomas Cole trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts before settling in New York City in 1825. Hoping to encourage a distinctive American aesthetic, Cole endorsed the formation of the National Academy of Design and, after his first visit to the Catskills in 1825, became the nominal leader of America's first Anglo-European art movement: the Hudson River School. Stylistically, this movement advanced detailed, representational landscapes that nonetheless conveyed nature's grandeur. In later years, Cole traveled abroad to hone his skills and expand his repertoire; grand history scenes and biblical subjects set against sublime nature began to dominate his oeuvre.
Following the gallery talk guests can look forward to a delicious lunch prepared by Hap Abraham Catering. Check back soon for menu details!
Join us for Appetite for Art on April 30.