ART + ISSUES
Art + Issues features local leaders and cutting edge thinkers who engage in dialogues about major issues facing our community using a work of art from the Hunter permanent collection as a springboard. Each discussion takes place in the Hunter galleries and offers participants the opportunity to explore the art and the contemporary issues it represents as we chart the course for the future.
We’re open until 8pm on Thursdays, so stop by to enjoy the art and program offerings including music, guest speakers, tours and more. The first Thursday of every month is Throwback Thursday, when we offer free admission to our permanent collection and specially-priced admission to special exhibits beginning at 4pm.
|August 22||Art Wise: Distinguished Speakers presents Barbara Lynes, Ph.D.|
|August 26||Black Professionals at the Hunter|
|September 12||Paint like an Impressionist: En Plein Air|
|September 15||Hispanic Heritage Month Artful Yoga with Tania Aguilar|
|September 17||String Theory: Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat|
The Hunter Museum of American Art is always actively looking for docents to be the exciting link between art and the community. We seek energetic volunteers who enjoy working with others, particularly school children. No background in art or teaching is necessary, only a love for learning and sharing American art with others.