Wednesday, October 6, 2010

THREE MASTERWORKS, TWO POINTS OF VIEW: The Artist and the Curator

Join a conversation between painter James Aponovich and curator Kurt Sundstrom as they discuss three masterworks from the collection of the Currier Museum of Art. Hear the historian vs. artist and how each view a work of art.
This conversation will be centered on works that are part of the current exhibition, The Secret Life of Art: Mysteries of the Museum Revealed.

James Aponovich & Kurt Sundstrom
Currier Museum of Art
Monadnock Region Outreach Group

Friday, October 8, 5:30-7:30
Peterborough Historical Society
Peterborough, NH

For information about this event call (603) 669-6144



For more information on exhibitions & events at the Currier Museum of Art:
Website: www.currier.org

Image shown: Madonna & Child, Circle of Perugino , 1505 (collection of the Currier Museum)


2 comments:

ncole said...

Hi all, the Currier's blog address is actually: http://curriermuseum.typepad.com/the_secret_life_of_art/
Thanks!

Catherine said...

Greetings from Kentucky! Glad to discover your blog on a recommendation from Howard Mansfield's Facebook page. I can enjoy armchair traveling and news of Hancock (and the art world) all at the same time. And one day I hope to buy one of your gorgeous nasturtium paintings--my favorite flower.

Catherine Pond

www.InthePantry.blogspot.com