The “fine” art produced between 1895 and 1938, the years of the Roycroft, may have been the most creative and diverse period of art ever: in Europe, Impressionism, Post-impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Orphism, Futurism, Suprematism, Dada, Surrealism; and in America, late Hudson River, Tonalism, The Ashcan School, Synchromism, Regionalists, Modernist Abstraction—all provide rich and fascinating material. Photography and printing greatly impacted how art functioned in terms of content and social reach. Illustration bloomed in the service of storytelling and constitutes a particular branch of art. The rise of museums in this period reflects the value of art as a thing-in-itself.
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LECTURE: “Fine” Art During the Time of the Roycroft 1895-1938 (Virtual)
May 13 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT$20.00
The Roycroft Campus is offering its Spring 2023 Lecture Series. Presentations will be offered in-person on Wednesdays evening at 7pm in the Power House and virtually through Zoom on Saturdays at 11am.
“Fine” Art During the Time of the Roycroft 1895-1938
Saturday, May 13th at 7pm EST – Virtual
FREE for Roycroft Campus Members. Members please call the Roycroft Campus to register for this program, or call to become a Member at 716-655-0261.
This cost of this lecture is $20 per person. click here.
Guests registered can attend either in-person, virtual or both presentations. Zoom link will be sent in a separate email the week of the class.