Programs & Events
- Please note winter hours January through March Tuesday - Sunday 10am to 4pm. Per CDC recommendations, masks are required indoors for everyone regardless of vaccination status.
February 25 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 1:00 pm on Friday, repeating until March 18, 2022
WINTER STUDIES 2022: Black American Artists
Online & In-Person Hybrid Format
with Mary Kordak, Professor of Art History, University of New Haven
Fridays, February 18-March 18, 1-3pm
Black American Artists: From Subject Matter to Makers
In-Person $100 (members $90); Virtual $75 (members $65)
The art of Black artists is diverse and deeply personal, ranging from the purely representational to the conceptual. Black men and women have been making fine art in the United States for over 200 years but most remain anonymous to both Black and white audiences.
This course examines the art and lives of several Black artists. Their life stories provide narratives into the social and cultural constructs that supported or hindered them. The paintings, sculpture, and works on paper Black artists created visually document a broader more nuanced understanding of how these talented artists survived in a racially polarized United States.