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B.Y.O.B. Art History

B.Y.O.B. Art History back by popular demand, featuring arts educator and artist, Justin Clumpner. Please join us as Justin takes us on a journey through the entirety of visual art; from ancient cave paintings through the present in less than one hour. It’ll be like an entire college semester; up, over & out! This lecture is humorous, enlightening and a spectacle to behold.

This ‘speed reading presentation’ will be followed by the screening of several short films by surrealist masters to compliment our current exhibit ‘Keeping it Real’. Showing will be Salvador Dali’s 1929 masterpiece ‘Un Chien Andalou’ and Marcel Duchamp’s 1924 short ‘Witches Cradle’.and his1926 experimental ‘Anemic Cinema’ .

This event is free and the public.

BYOB Art History Part 2

Join us for the second installment of BYOB Art History. Artist and educator Justin Clumpner will lead a casual discussion on the art and culture of ancient Egypt. Bring your favorite beverage and maybe a chair. Seating is limited. Doors open at 7 p.m. We will begin promptly at 7:30.

BYOB Art History

Join us at Kettle Art Gallery for our first installment of B.Y.O.B. Art History on Thursday, March 13th at 7:00pm.

Artist and educator, Justin Clumpner, will lead a casual discussion that takes everyone on a journey visiting various points throughout the history of art. This initial installment will be an introductory overview that starts with prehistory, moves through each progressive art period & ends with post-modernism.

We hope to see you there!