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Artist and Educator: Learning with Audubon

iCal Import
Saturday, May 9, 2015 (11am-noon)
712 Green Avenue Orange, TX 77630
409-886-2787

John James Audubon (1785-1851); 
Robert Havell Jr. (1793-1878), Baltimore Oriole, Composite Plate, 1827-1838, etching and aquatint on paper, hand-colored Double elephant folio: 38.25 x 25.5 inches, in The Birds of America, Volume II, Stark Museum of Art, Orange, Texas. 11.1.2.B. Photograph by Will France.

John James Audubon (1785-1851); 
Robert Havell Jr. (1793-1878),
Baltimore Oriole, Composite Plate, 1827-1838, etching and aquatint on paper, hand-colored, Double elephant folio: 38.25 x 25.5 inches, in The Birds of America, Volume II, Stark Museum of Art, Orange, Texas. 11.1.2.B. Photograph by Will France.

Join Jennifer Restauri, Curator of Education, and Bridge City High School art educator Debbie Gregg, to discuss John James Audubon’s influence on young artists during his lifetime and the legacy his art continues to inspire in today’s art classrooms. Learn about Audubon’s young pupils such as John Woodhouse Audubon and Joseph Mason, the contribution these young artists made to Audubon’s projects, and the relationship between artists and educators.

Drawn to Life: Audubon’s Legacy

As part of the Gallery Conversations series, this conversation is included with general admission. Members free.

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