Hirshler is Croll Senior Curator of American Paintings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, a post she has held since 2001. She has published extensively on John Singer Sargent, Dennis Bunker and on women artists and collectors. She has lectured at museums and other cultural institutions across the United States and abroad.
Tuesday, February 12, 6pm* • Daniels Pavilion$20 museum members, $25 non-members
*Please Note - This is an evening lecture
Image: Edgar Degas, Visit to a Museum, about 1879-90. Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John McAndrew. Photography © 2012 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Wilkin is the author of monographs on Stuart Davis, David Smith, Anthony Caro, Kenneth Noland, Helen Frankenthaler, Giorgio Morandi and Hans Hofmann. She is the Contributing Editor for Art for The Hudson Review and a regular contributor to The New Criterion and The Wall Street Journal. Wilkin teaches in the MFA program of the New York Studio School.
Friday, March 15, 10am • Daniels Pavilion$20 museum members, $25 non-members
Image: Jules Olitski, With Love and Disregard: Splendor, 2002; acrylic on canvas, 68 x 92 inches; Collection of Audrey and David Mirvish, Toronto. Art © Estate of Jules Olitski/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Photo by Michael Cullen
Moser has been a curator of graphic arts at the Smithsonian American Art Museum since 1986. In addition to authoring exhibition catalogues, Moser has published on Jean Metzinger, the printmaking workshop Atelier 17 and collaborative printmaking in the United States before 1960.
Tuesday, April 23, 10am • Daniels Pavilion$20 museum members, $25 non-members
Image: Kiki Smith, Banshee Pearls, 1991, 12 prints, lithograph with aluminum leaf additions on handmade Japanese paper. Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase through the Lichtenberg Family Foundation, © 1991 Kiki Smith/ ULAE
McCulloh is a photographer, writer and curator. He was one of six artists who transformed an abandoned southern California F-18 jet hanger into the world’s largest camera to make the world’s largest photograph. He will give you special insight to this exhibition.
Wednesday, January 23, 6pm • Daniels Pavilion$20 museum members, $25 non-members
Image: Evgen Bavcar, A Dream of Motion, Photograph, 18 x 24 inches