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Tasteful Tuesday art discussion March 22

March 15, 2011

On Tuesday night, March 22, curators at Colorado State's Museum of art will discuss the works in one of its current exhibitions, 'Sure of Hand: Drawings from the Renaissance to the 19th Century.' The exhibit includes everything from exquisitely detailed finished works to quick sketches that represent a kind of visual brainstorming.

Benedetto Luti (Italian, 1666-1724), The Death of St. Joseph, pen and brown ink drawing over traces of pencil with washes on paper, Private Collection.

Tuesday, March 22
4:30 p.m.
University Center for the Arts
University Art Museum

In times past, conversation was prized. Americans frequently gathered in parlors and hotel dining rooms to discuss art, literature, and world affairs. Join Colorado State as we recreate those times through the Tasteful Tuesday Art Discussion Series at the University Art Museum

Join museum curators at the University Art Museum for insightful conversations about art, culture, and works displayed in the museum. Conversations begin in the main gallery of the museum and are free and open to the public.

Conversations continue at neighboring El Monte Bar and Grill with discounts on food and drinks.  El Monte Bar and Grill is at 1611 S College Ave., Suite 100.

Drawings from the Renaissance to the 19th Century

Museum staff discuss the works in the exhibition Sure of Hand: Drawings from the Renaissance to the 19th C.


Contact: Jennifer Clary
E-mail: jennifer.clary@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-3603