Upcoming Lectures & Discussions
Book Discussion – Stealing Mona Lisa
Wednesday, October 18
Location: Isabel Hall
Stealing Mona Lisa
By Carson Morton
The charming Eduardo de Valfierno makes a very respectable living in Argentina fleecing the nouveau riche—they pay him to steal valuable pieces of art, and Valfierno sells them flawless forgeries instead. But when Eduardo meets the beautiful Mrs. Hart on his latest con job...
Sheppy Dog Fund Lecture – The Fiery & the Fallen III
Wednesday, October 25
Location: FIA Theater
Guest Lecturer, Dr. Justin Sledge
After first introducing the earliest origins of angels and demons in the ancient near east, then turning to their flowering during the Second Temple Period, the third lecture from Dr. Justin Sledge will discuss the medieval and early modern worlds of angels and demons in Europe. This...
Bray Series are made possible by the Viola E. Bray Charitable Trust.
Adults – Rubens Member Only Event
The Thompson Lecture was established in 1991 by Dr. and Mrs. Jack W. Thompson to enable the Flint Institute of Arts to present a distinguished speaker in the arts or humanities each year.
Sheppy Dog Fund Lecture
The Sheppy Dog Fund Lecture has been established to address the topics of art, religion and history prior to the 19th century, and is funded by the Sheppy Dog Fund, Dr. Alan Klein, Advisor.
Book discussions focus on works of fiction and non-fiction related to art, art museums, or FIA collections. The first meeting for each book sets the stage by exploring artists and artwork related to the selected book. Two weeks later, the book is discussed. These free
programs are offered on Wednesdays at 1:30p.