#1 Hear from Artists on Cezanne
On July 21, Rodney McMillian and Julia Fish join Cezanne co-curator Caitlin Haskell, Gary C. and Frances Comer Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, to discuss the exhibition, Cezanne’s art-making practice, and the continuing resonance of his work—among artists in particular.
#5 Experience Hockney’s Garden
Hear from associate curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Robyn Farrell as she discusses David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020—featuring 116 works the artist created on his iPad of his own four-acre garden in France—and stop by the exhibition in Gallery 289.
#6 Make Some Art of Your Own
Drop in for Saturday Studio between 12:00 and 2:00 on selected Saturdays and channel your inner Cezanne by painting en plein air—or create a unique self-portrait in text inspired by the works of Mel Bochner. For more art-making fun this summer, stop by the Artist’s Studio from 11:00 to 3:00 on selected days.
#10 Examine Identity
Join arts educator and cultural worker Onyx Montes June 24, July 22, or August 5, and explore the ways artists of color reflect on themes of identity through their work, challenging notions of what a portrait can be.