Food for Thought
Join us for a seminar-style luncheon discussion of art history and related readings followed by a gallery tour of relevant art. Food for Thought is a program for adults hosted by the National Gallery of Art. Led by museum educators and Gallery staff, these seminars cover various aspects of art history, museum studies, and studio art as they relate to the permanent collection. Participants may bring their own lunch or purchase it prior to the session in the Cascade Café.
This program is free, but space is limited to 25 participants. Advance registration is required. Registration begins at noon two weeks prior to the first session. For more information, contact us via email.
Changing Contexts, Shifting Meanings: The Greek Slave by Hiram Powers
May 9, 17, 24
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What Not to Do: Abstract Painting in Washington
15th-Century Sculpture in Florence and Tuscany
Rodin and Italy
Light in American Landscape
Heidi Hinish and Elizabeth Diament
Vermeer and the Art of Perceiving
A Brief History of Greek Sculpture
Whistler and Sargent