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Lecture Series

Art Insights Lecture Series
Date: February 5, 2013
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Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Mizner Park
Boca Raton, FL 33432

Contact: Claire Clum
Phone: 561-392-2500, ext. 105

Art Insights: Masterworks, Methods and Meanings calendar images/2012/Art Insights/yvettesencer.jpg   Tuesday, February 5, 12, 19 & 26 at 2:00 PM
Series of 4: $20 Members; $40 all others.
Single Tickets: $6 Members; $12 all others.
Tickets may be purchased online or at the Front Desk. (Ticket price does not include admission to the Museum.)

Yvette Jayson Sencer, PhD, travels the world speaking and writing about art, architecture and antiquities. Join Dr. Sencer as she discusses relationships of arts and ideas through examples from ancient to modern times.

February 5, 12, 19 & 26 - Lecture Series
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Individual Lectures


February 5 - Catalysts for Change
Daring innovations by historic and modern artists inspired changes in art which dramatically altered established traditions. Examples include Donatello, Monet, and Pollock.

February 12 - Sacred Environments
Throughout history, artists created unique environments where faith, art, and architecture were united to express sacred ideas. Examples include chapels by Michelangelo, Matisse, and Rothko.
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February 19 - Revelations: Fashion in Art
Works of art provide vital information about fashion along with the historic and contemporary significance of costume and personal ornament. Included are ancient and medieval examples as well as works by Vermeer, Rubens, and Sargent.
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February 26 - Gold: Symbol of Power and Glory
The Artistic and worldly significance of gold and goldsmithing are discussed through historic and modern examples of jewelry and decorative arts. Examples include objects from King Tut's tomb, Tiffany, Calder, and Van Cleef & Arpels.
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