Peter Milton: In Search of Lost Time
|Event Type||Educational Lectures, Adults|
|Date||Saturday, June 23, 2018|
|Time||2:00pm - 4:00pm (2h)|
Guest Lecturer: Dr. Michael Farrell
Peter Milton is one of the foremost printmakers working in the United States today. Since the 1960s, his artistic output has increased and evolved, as have the phenomenal imagery and complex techniques he employs. Michael Farrell presents a biographical sketch that helps to explain the visual aspects and meanings of some of Milton’s prints, which include inspiration from the writings of Henry James and images borrowed from important 20th-century photographers.
Michael Farrell is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Windsor. He has taught Art History at Central Michigan University and the College for Creative Studies, and served as adjunct education curator at the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Detroit Historical Museum. He has lectured at the Flint Institute of Arts; the Philbrook Museum, Tulsa; both the Birmingham and Montgomery Museums of Art in Alabama and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, among others. Professor Farrell has conducted tours of Europe and the United States since 1974 and believes that there is a profound difference between looking and seeing. In his inspiring and entertaining presentations, the difference becomes apparent.
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