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Karen Kitchel, Hiss, 2005, oil on wood panels, 9 x 24 in. each. Collection of the Tucson Museum of Art. Virginia Johnson Fund. 2014.33.1 Courtesy of the Artist ©Karen Kitchel

In Conversation: Artists on the Sublime and Creativity

October 19 at 1:00 pm

This conversation featuring Shawn Huckins, Karen Kitchel, and Bobby “Dues” Wilson (Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota), three artists from The Western Sublime: Majestic Landscapes of the American West, will explore their perspectives on the sublime landscape and artistic production. Included with paid admission; free for museum members and students with ID. Culture Pass, guest passes, and other forms of complimentary admission will not be accepted for this event. RSVP Required, limited to 150 attendees. Please RSVP here.   --- Image credit: Karen Kitchel,…

Christine Brindza touring Las Sombras

Curator Tour: The Western Sublime

October 23 at 1:00 pm

Join Senior Curator Christine Brindza in a tour of The Western Sublime: Majestic Landscapes of the American West as she explores key artists and the evolving definition of the sublime in Western Art. Included with paid admission; free for museum members and students with ID. Culture Pass, guest passes, and other forms of complimentary admission will not be accepted for this event. RSVP Required, limited to 45 attendees. Please RSVP here.   --- We’re delighted to report that our lectures,…

Harry Brorby, #111a-b, 1970, oil on canvas, diptych, 55.5 x 50.5 in. each. Courtesy of Michael and Katie Brorby.

CEO Spotlight: Harry Brorby: The Strength of a Cold Line.

November 5 at 12:00 pm

Explore the work of Harry Brorby and the Chicago art scene in the 1940s – 1960s with TMA CEO Jeremy Mikolajczak. RSVP Required. Members Only. Please RSVP here.   --- Image credit: Harry Brorby, #111a-b, 1970, oil on canvas, diptych, 55.5 x 50.5 in. each. Courtesy of Michael and Katie Brorby.   --- We’re delighted to report that our lectures, tours, panel discussions and workshops are so popular that they are almost always full, often exceeding the planned capacity. The…

Cara Romero, Evolvers, 2018 archival pigment print on Platine Fiber photography paper, 20 x 62 in. Courtesy of the Artist

Artist Talk: Cara Romero

November 16 at 2:00 pm

Listen to Cara Romero, Chemehuevi photographer, discuss her photographic process, relationship to the environment, and Indigenous identities. Included with paid admission; free for museum members and students with ID. Culture Pass, guest passes, and other forms of complimentary admission will not be accepted for this event. RSVP Required, limited to 150 attendees. Please RSVP here.   --- Image credit: Cara Romero, Evolvers, 2018, archival pigment print on Platine Fiber photography paper, 20 x 62 in. Courtesy of the Artist.  …

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