Sunday Afternoons at RiverBrink
RiverBrink Art Museum presents a series of talks in its series Sunday Afternoons at RiverBrink. This year the talks will focus on collecting, beginning with a panel discussion with lenders to the 2013 exhibitions. All the talks will take place on Sunday afternoons at 2:00 p.m. in the South Gallery of the museum. Refreshments will be provided following each of the talks. Admission: $15.00 general public,/$10.00 members, includes admission to the museum’s exhibitions. For reservations please contact the museum by phone at 905-262-4510 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|June 2||Panel Discussion with Collectors
Moderated by Associate Curator Debra Antoncic
|July 7||Sally Hickson
“Collecting Identity: Isabella d’Este and Isabella Stewart Gardner”
Sally Hickson is Associate Professor of Renaissance art history at the University of Guelph.
|July 28||David Aurandt
“Isabel McLaughlin: Artist/ Collector/ Benefactor”
David Aurandt is Director/Curator of RiverBrink Art Museum.
|Aug 25||Andrea Terry
“The Politics of Collecting Alex Colville”
Andrea Terry is Assistant Professor in the Department of Fine Art at Lakehead University.
|Sept 22||Brian Meehan
“Why Corporations Collect”
Brian Meehan is Executive Director and Chief Curator of Museum London in London, Ontario.
|Oct 27||Tobi Bruce
“Thomas Reid MacDonald, Artist/Collector/Curator”
Tobi Bruce is Senior Curator of Canadian Historical Art at the Art Gallery of Hamilton.