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Clara and Mr. Tiffany
Lecture by Susan Vreeland
Wednesday, March 5 and Thursday, March 6
Museum Members $25; Public $30 Buy tickets
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Discover the secrets of the “Tiffany Girls” with internationally known author Susan Vreeland. This illustrated lecture will explore the world of the Women’s Department at Tiffany Studios. Through her collection of contemporary and historic images of lamps, windows, and vases, Susan Vreeland will discuss her work and research on the staff of the Women’s Department at Tiffany Studios, widely known as the “Tiffany Girls”. Learn how personalities behind her book, Clara and Mr. Tiffany, designed and constructed the leaded glass lamps. This one hour lecture will be followed by a Q & A and book signing with the author.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Susan Vreeland is the internationally known, award-winning author of art-related historical fiction. Four of her novels have been New York Times Best Sellers. Her work has been translated into twenty-six languages, and has frequently been selected as Book Sense Picks.
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Mark Twain Lecture
Thursday, October 6
This lecture by Jennifer A. Greenhill, PhD., Associate Professor of Art History, American Art and Visual Culture, University of Southern California explore the creative possibilities offered by the comic press during the Gilded Age through the work of Mark Twain. Read more
Thursday, October 13
This second Nickerson Lecture by Moira Gallagher, Research Assistant in the American Wing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, brings to light the significant, yet little known cabinet making and decorating enterprise of George A. Schastey. Read more
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