Author and critic Peter Clothier invites participants to spend a full hour in front of a single painting from the exhibition Wayne Thiebaud: Clowns.
Peter Clothier is an internationally-known writer who specializes in writing about art and artists. He believes in avoiding the jargon that obscures much current writing about art, and in writing simply, clearly, in language that the lay person can readily understand. He seeks to achieve a harmony of mind, heart, and body in his work, and looks for this quality in the artists he writes about. A reformed academic, now fifteen years in recovery, he has returned in recent years to teaching, in mostly non-traditional ways: in workshops, continuing groups, and individual coaching and mentoring for artists and writers.
Film Night: Act of Violence
A classic film noir with a serious social theme addressing veterans and the ethics of war.
First Thursday Docent Tour
A museum docent offers a live, virtual tour of the exhibition “Wayne Thiebaud: Clowns.”
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