Talk

Noontime Talk: "European Modernisms"

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join Andrew Eschelbacher, Susan Donnell and Harry W. Konkel Associate Curator of European Art, for his talk "European Modernisms." Explore late 19th and early 20th century European landscapes, still lifes, and portraiture in the context of Modernism as a radical break from traditional aesthetics and an artist movement that shaped—and reflected—the ongoing dynamism of the age.

Artist Talk: "Child's Play: Representations of Adolescence"

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join photographer Jocelyn Lee for her talk on the exhibition Child's Play: Representations of Adolescence. Explore the ways that 20th-century photographers have explored the tumultuous, uncertain, and often playful subjects of adolescence and childhood through this exhibition of work from the PMA collection.

Noontime Talk: "Model Citizens: Art and Identity in the United States"

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join Diana Greenwold, Associate Curator of American Art, for her talk on the exhibition Model Citizens: Art and Identity in the United States, 1770-1830Get a glimpse into how late-18th- and early-19th-century Americans elected to represent themselves in private and public spheres as husbands, wives, children, and citizens.

Noontime Talk: "Nan Goldin"

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join Independent Curator Zmira Zilkha for her talk on the exhibition Nan Goldin. Explore this special exhibition, which showcases American artist Nan Goldin's use of photography as a means of communication, self-reflection, and poetic expression.

 

Noontime Talk: "Nan Goldin"

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join Jessica May, Deputy Director and Robert and Elizabeth Nanovic Chief Curator, for her talk on the exhibition Nan Goldin, which showcases American artist Nan Goldin's use of photography as a means of communication, self-reflection, and poetic expression.

 

Noontime Talk: "Child's Play: Representations of Adolescence"

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries

This week, join Mollie Armstrong, Exhibitions Coordinator, for her talk on the exhibition Child's Play: Representations of AdolescenceExplore the ways that 20th century photographers explored the tumultuous, uncertain, and often playful subjects of adolescence and childhood through this exhibition of work from the PMA collection.

Noontime Talk: "European Modernisms"

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join Andrew Eschelbacher, Susan Donnell and Harry W. Konkel Associate Curator of European Art, for his talk "European Modernisms." Explore late 19th and early 20th century European landscapes, still lifes, and portraiture in the context of Modernism as a radical break from traditional aesthetics and an artist movement that shaped—and reflected—the ongoing dynamism of the age.

 

Noontime Talk: Community Voices

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join Elizabeth Spavento, Visual Arts Programmer at SPACE Gallery.

 

Noontime Talk: "Color and Abstraction in Hans Hofmann: Works on Paper"

End your week with art! Each Friday at noon, join a curator, educator, scholar, or artist in the galleries.

This week, join Diana Greenwold, Associate Curator of American Art, for her talk "Color and Abstraction in Hans Hofmann: Works on Paper."

 

Barnet Scholar's Weekend Members-Only Coffee and Culture Talk

The PMA welcomes Jacqueline Francis, Ph.D., Associate Professor at California College of the Arts and Robert A. Corrigan Visiting Professor in Social Justice at San Francisco State University, as our visiting scholar for the Barnet Scholar's Weekend. Members are invited to enjoy coffee and pastries followed by her presentation Approximate Symmetry: The Sculpture of Leonardo Drew and Louise Nevelson.