WCAC co-sponsors the Centuries of Art @ Your Library lecture series!
The VMFA is providing WCAC and the WRL with four programs for the Fall 2023 series. All of the lectures will be presented at 7:00 p.m. at the Williamsburg Library Theater, 515 Scotland St. An introduction by the VMFA will be followed by the 45-minute lecture, and then a Q&A session. The program is free; no advance registration is required. The series, featuring different speakers and subjects, is offered twice a year.
Note: the Centuries of Art @ your library lecture series will now be offered on ZOOM as well as in person. See details below for each lecture as they become available.
|The original lecture scheduled for November 13 has been canceled due to a family emergency. Trent Nichols has graciously offered to present the following lecture:
Monday, November 13, 7:00 pm
Pop Art: Blurring the Boundaries
Presented by Trent Nichol
Pop Art brought mass consumerist culture into museums and galleries in the early 1960s radically changing the course of art by eliminating the boundary between “high” culture and everyday life. Part of what paved the way was that it was the first major art movement with a sense of humor. This talk, using images of painting and film, surveys the American Pop Art scene and its leading figure Andy Warhol who invented his own Hollywood-style empire including “superstars” and his own celebrity status.
To view this lecture on ZOOM, please click on the following link by 6:50: