Session One ? The Birth of Impressionism in France
This three-part series explores in-depth the evolution and appreciation of art throughout the State of Texas and the Southwest. Led by PPHM's Associate Director of Curatorial Affairs and the Curator of Arts, Michael R. Grauer and guest scholars, these university-level seminars are designed to delve into the cause, influence and effect of the artistic developments in the American Southwest and the Wider World of Art.
Tuition for the three-part seminar:
$100 Friends of Southwestern Art (FOSA) members
$150 non-FOSA members
Textbook: Texas Impressionism: Branding with Brushstroke and Color, 1885-1955 (Optional ? Special rate of $45 for program participants. Purchase at museum store.)
Sessions will be held in the Hazlewood Lecture Hall. Register by contacting Amy David at (806) 651-2233 or firstname.lastname@example.org by August 1.
Sessions Two and Three follow on August 16 and August 23, respectively.
Tuition proceeds benefit Friends of Southwestern Art at PPHM.