Munch and Learn Wednesday
Event on 2016-08-10 12:00:00
This brown-bag lecture series features local artists, experts and the Dixon Gallery and Gardens staff sharing their expertise on a variety of topics.
13: Amalgamating the Dixon Joshua Brinlee, Mallory/Wurtzburger artist
20: Suzy Askew, Garden Educator, Volunteer Coordinator, Dixon Gallery and Gardens
27: Four Decades, Four Hundred Covers. Ken Neill, Publisher and Editor, Memphis Magazine.
3: A Theologian Reflects on Thomas Cole's Voyage of Life. Dr. Matt Mathews, Professor of Theology at Memphis Theological Seminary
10: Thomas Cole: The Life, Death, and Rebirth of an Artist
Description. Kevin Sharp, Linda W. and S. Herbert Rhea Director, Dixon Gallery and Gardens
17: Bart Jones
24: Tulip Mania and Still-life Painting in the Dutch Golden Age.Laura Gray McCann, Research Assistant, Dixon Gallery and Gardens
2: Witches, Crusaders, Monks, and Ghosts: Gothic Music in the 19th Century
Dr. Vanessa Rogers, Associate Professor of Music History, Rhodes College
9: Memphis 1976: On our Nation's bicentennial, here we were!
Jimmy Ogle, Shelby County Historian
16: Ellen LeBlond
23: Preservation of the Aging Brain
Dr. Kim Gerecke, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Neuroscience Program, Rhodes College
30: The Power of Nature: Thomas Cole, James Fenimore Cooper, and the Hudson Valley
Dr. Jeffrey Scraba, Associate Professor of English, University of Memphis
at Dixon Gallery and Gardens
4339 Park Avenue
Memphis, United States