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CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 5/21/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 5/22/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 5/23/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 5/24/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 5/25/19 - Sun 5/26/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Tue 5/28/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 5/29/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 5/30/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 5/31/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Exhibition Opening Reception

Art Show

The public is invited to a reception celebrating the UK Art Museum's new exhibitions, including "Off the Menu: Looking at Food," "Illumination," and "The Good Earth."

Information:

• Fri 5/31/19 at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sat 6/1/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 6/1/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 6/1/19 at
• Sun 6/2/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 6/2/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 6/2/19 at

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 6/1/19 - Sun 6/2/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Tue 6/4/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 6/4/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 6/4/19 at
• Wed 6/5/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 6/5/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 6/5/19 at
• Thu 6/6/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 6/6/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 6/6/19 at
• Fri 6/7/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 6/7/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 6/7/19 at
• Sat 6/8/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 6/8/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 6/8/19 at
• Sun 6/9/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 6/9/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 6/9/19 at
• Tue 6/11/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 6/11/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 6/11/19 at
• Wed 6/12/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 6/12/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 6/12/19 at
• Thu 6/13/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 6/13/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 6/13/19 at
• Fri 6/14/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 6/14/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 6/14/19 at
• Sat 6/15/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 6/15/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 6/15/19 at
• Sun 6/16/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 6/16/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 6/16/19 at
• Tue 6/18/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 6/18/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 6/18/19 at
• Wed 6/19/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 6/19/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 6/19/19 at
• Thu 6/20/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 6/20/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 6/20/19 at
• Fri 6/21/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 6/21/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 6/21/19 at

Historic Kentucky Kitchen

Talks/Lectures

Author and Interim Dean of UK Libraries, Deirdre Scaggs, discusses the rich, diverse heritage of Kentucky’s culinary traditions, and offers insights for today’s cooks.

Information:

• Fri 6/21/19 at 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sat 6/22/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 6/22/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 6/22/19 at
• Sun 6/23/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 6/23/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 6/23/19 at

Artist Demonstration: The Bread Lecture

Talks/Lectures

Portland, Oregon-based artist Daniel Duford leads a bread baking demonstration animated by talk of old gods, historical figures, and artistic rogues.

Information:

• Sun 6/23/19 at 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Tue 6/25/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 6/25/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 6/25/19 at
• Wed 6/26/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 6/26/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 6/26/19 at
• Thu 6/27/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 6/27/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 6/27/19 at
• Fri 6/28/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 6/28/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 6/28/19 at
• Sat 6/29/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 6/29/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 6/29/19 at
• Sun 6/30/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 6/30/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 6/30/19 at
• Tue 7/2/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 7/2/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 7/2/19 at
• Wed 7/3/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 7/3/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 7/3/19 at
• Thu 7/4/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 7/4/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 7/4/19 at
• Fri 7/5/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 7/5/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 7/5/19 at
• Sat 7/6/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 7/6/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 7/6/19 at
• Sun 7/7/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 7/7/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 7/7/19 at
• Tue 7/9/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 7/9/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 7/9/19 at
• Wed 7/10/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 7/10/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 7/10/19 at
• Thu 7/11/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 7/11/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 7/11/19 at
• Fri 7/12/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 7/12/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 7/12/19 at

Curator Tour

Art Talk, Tour

UK Art Museum Curator Janie Welker leads a tour of the permanent collection installations, including "Encounters" and "Illumination."

Information:

• Fri 7/12/19 at 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sat 7/13/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 7/13/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 7/13/19 at
• Sun 7/14/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 7/14/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 7/14/19 at
• Tue 7/16/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 7/16/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 7/16/19 at
• Wed 7/17/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 7/17/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 7/17/19 at
• Thu 7/18/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 7/18/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 7/18/19 at
• Fri 7/19/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 7/19/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 7/19/19 at
• Sat 7/20/19 at

Faking Food Workshop

Talks/Lectures, Class/Workshop

Scenic designer and educator Tamara L. Honesty leads a lively workshop based on her recent publication, The Fake Food Cookbook: Props You Can’t Eat for Theatre, Film, and TV.

Information:

• Sat 7/20/19 at 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 7/20/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 7/20/19 at
• Sun 7/21/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 7/21/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 7/21/19 at
• Tue 7/23/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 7/23/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 7/23/19 at
• Wed 7/24/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 7/24/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 7/24/19 at
• Thu 7/25/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 7/25/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 7/25/19 at
• Fri 7/26/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 7/26/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 7/26/19 at
• Sat 7/27/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 7/27/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 7/27/19 at
• Sun 7/28/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 7/28/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 7/28/19 at
• Tue 7/30/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 7/30/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 7/30/19 at
• Wed 7/31/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 7/31/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 7/31/19 at
• Thu 8/1/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 8/1/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 8/1/19 at
• Fri 8/2/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 8/2/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 8/2/19 at
• Sat 8/3/19 at

Family Day

Children's Arts/Crafts, For the Family

Join the young artists whose works are featured in the "Kid’s Table" exhibition for a discussion of their favorite foods and art-making experiences.

Information:

• Sat 8/3/19 at 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

From Scratch: Pie Contest

Food/Tasting

Ribbon-winning baker and Chair of UK’s Department of Arts Administration, Rachel Shane presides over the award ceremony for our pie contest, a friendly competition in association with the Art Museum’s “Off the Menu: Looking at Food” exhibition. Come meet the bakers and celebrity guest judges, and, of course, have a piece of pie!

Information:

• Sat 8/3/19 at 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 8/3/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 8/3/19 at
• Sun 8/4/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 8/4/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 8/4/19 at
• Tue 8/6/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 8/6/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 8/6/19 at
• Wed 8/7/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 8/7/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Wed 8/7/19 at
• Thu 8/8/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Thu 8/8/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 8/8/19 at
• Fri 8/9/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 8/9/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Fri 8/9/19 at
• Sat 8/10/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sat 8/10/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 8/10/19 at
• Sun 8/11/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 8/11/19 at

Off the Menu: Looking at Food

Art Show, Painting

Featuring work from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as art borrowed from galleries and studios in Lexington and beyond, to reveal how food can be used to investigate notions of nourishment, ritual, desire, and popular culture. Works by Steve Aishman, Andrew Brinkhorst, Jennifer Coates, Sue Coe, Sally Davies, Joe Goode, Julia Jacquette, Lori Larusso, David Lucas, Lina Tharsing, Wayne Thiebaud, and others.

Information:

• Sun 8/11/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Tue 8/13/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 8/13/19 at
• Wed 8/14/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 8/14/19 at
• Thu 8/15/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 8/15/19 at
• Fri 8/16/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 8/16/19 at
• Sat 8/17/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 8/17/19 at
• Sun 8/18/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 8/18/19 at
• Tue 8/20/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 8/20/19 at
• Wed 8/21/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 8/21/19 at
• Thu 8/22/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 8/22/19 at
• Fri 8/23/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 8/23/19 at
• Sat 8/24/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 8/24/19 at
• Sun 8/25/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 8/25/19 at
• Tue 8/27/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 8/27/19 at
• Wed 8/28/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 8/28/19 at
• Thu 8/29/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 8/29/19 at
• Fri 8/30/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 8/30/19 at
• Sat 8/31/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 8/31/19 at
• Sun 9/1/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 9/1/19 at
• Tue 9/3/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 9/3/19 at
• Wed 9/4/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 9/4/19 at
• Thu 9/5/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 9/5/19 at
• Fri 9/6/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 9/6/19 at
• Sat 9/7/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 9/7/19 at
• Sun 9/8/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 9/8/19 at
• Tue 9/10/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 9/10/19 at
• Wed 9/11/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 9/11/19 at
• Thu 9/12/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 9/12/19 at
• Fri 9/13/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 9/13/19 at
• Sat 9/14/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 9/14/19 at
• Sun 9/15/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 9/15/19 at
• Tue 9/17/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 9/17/19 at
• Wed 9/18/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 9/18/19 at
• Thu 9/19/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 9/19/19 at
• Fri 9/20/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 9/20/19 at
• Sat 9/21/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 9/21/19 at
• Sun 9/22/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 9/22/19 at
• Tue 9/24/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 9/24/19 at
• Wed 9/25/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 9/25/19 at
• Thu 9/26/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 9/26/19 at
• Fri 9/27/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 9/27/19 at
• Sat 9/28/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 9/28/19 at
• Sun 9/29/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 9/29/19 at
• Tue 10/1/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 10/1/19 at
• Wed 10/2/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 10/2/19 at
• Thu 10/3/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 10/3/19 at
• Fri 10/4/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 10/4/19 at
• Sat 10/5/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 10/5/19 at
• Sun 10/6/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 10/6/19 at
• Tue 10/8/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 10/8/19 at
• Wed 10/9/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 10/9/19 at
• Thu 10/10/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 10/10/19 at
• Fri 10/11/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 10/11/19 at
• Sat 10/12/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 10/12/19 at
• Sun 10/13/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 10/13/19 at
• Tue 10/15/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 10/15/19 at
• Wed 10/16/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 10/16/19 at
• Thu 10/17/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 10/17/19 at
• Fri 10/18/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 10/18/19 at
• Sat 10/19/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 10/19/19 at
• Sun 10/20/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 10/20/19 at
• Tue 10/22/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 10/22/19 at
• Wed 10/23/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 10/23/19 at
• Thu 10/24/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 10/24/19 at
• Fri 10/25/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 10/25/19 at
• Sat 10/26/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 10/26/19 at
• Sun 10/27/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 10/27/19 at
• Tue 10/29/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 10/29/19 at
• Wed 10/30/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 10/30/19 at
• Thu 10/31/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 10/31/19 at
• Fri 11/1/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 11/1/19 at
• Sat 11/2/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 11/2/19 at
• Sun 11/3/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 11/3/19 at
• Tue 11/5/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 11/5/19 at
• Wed 11/6/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 11/6/19 at
• Thu 11/7/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 11/7/19 at
• Fri 11/8/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 11/8/19 at
• Sat 11/9/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 11/9/19 at
• Sun 11/10/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 11/10/19 at
• Tue 11/12/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 11/12/19 at
• Wed 11/13/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 11/13/19 at
• Thu 11/14/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 11/14/19 at
• Fri 11/15/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 11/15/19 at
• Sat 11/16/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 11/16/19 at
• Sun 11/17/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 11/17/19 at
• Tue 11/19/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 11/19/19 at
• Wed 11/20/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 11/20/19 at
• Thu 11/21/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 11/21/19 at
• Fri 11/22/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 11/22/19 at
• Sat 11/23/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 11/23/19 at
• Sun 11/24/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 11/24/19 at
• Tue 11/26/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 11/26/19 at
• Wed 11/27/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 11/27/19 at
• Thu 11/28/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 11/28/19 at
• Fri 11/29/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 11/29/19 at
• Sat 11/30/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 11/30/19 at
• Sun 12/1/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 12/1/19 at
• Tue 12/3/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 12/3/19 at
• Wed 12/4/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Wed 12/4/19 at
• Thu 12/5/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Thu 12/5/19 at
• Fri 12/6/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Fri 12/6/19 at
• Sat 12/7/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Sat 12/7/19 at
• Sun 12/8/19 at

Illumination

Art Show

Drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, an exhibition that explores literal and metaphoric meanings of illumination. It includes sun-shot landscapes, a gold-leafed Russian icon, a Tiffany lamp, and a curious painting commissioned by the Bituminous Coal Institute, among other works.

Information:

• Sun 12/8/19 at

The Good Earth

Art Show

Julian Dupré's In the Pasture takes center stage in this exhibition that looks at the power of the land—as a source of nourishment as well as a marker of place and history.

Information:

• Tue 12/10/19 at
• Wed 12/11/19 at
• Thu 12/12/19 at
• Fri 12/13/19 at
• Sat 12/14/19 at
• Sun 12/15/19 at
• Tue 12/17/19 at
• Wed 12/18/19 at
• Thu 12/19/19 at
• Fri 12/20/19 at
• Sat 12/21/19 at
• Sun 12/22/19 at
• Tue 12/24/19 at
• Wed 12/25/19 at
• Thu 12/26/19 at
• Fri 12/27/19 at
• Sat 12/28/19 at
• Sun 12/29/19 at
• Tue 12/31/19 at
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