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7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012
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Gaston Lachaise and the Fate of Figurative Sculpture Dr. Kenneth Silver, Professor of Art History, New York University, Adjunct Curator of Art, Bruce Museum.The Hascoe Lecture Series for fall 2012 will explore the art of early twentieth-century French sculptor Gaston Lachaise in context: his sources, esthetic strategies, and innovations, as well as the impact of his extraordinary work on his contemporaries and followers. Due to the overwhelming popularity of these lectures advance reservations are by e-mail only, and are necessary to hold a reserved seat. No phone calls.
Please note: Member reservations can be made for one person (senior, student and individual members) or two persons (all other members) for any one lecture. Non-members one reservation per e-mail. For the December 6 lecture e-mail reservations accepted beginning on November 21. E-mail to: Hascoe@brucemuseum.org All e-mails are automatically date and time stamped for your convenience (early e-mails will not be accepted). If the lecture becomes fully subscribed you will be waitlisted, and notified that you are on the waitlist. If an opening becomes available you will receive an e-mail confirming your reservation. If you are unable to attend, please be courteous and e-mail a cancellation notice so that others may be seated.« Back to Calendar