WELCOME TO ART SEMINAR GROUP
Art Seminar Group is devoted to the study and appreciation of the arts
Art Seminar Group (ASG) offers an extensive program of weekly lectures across a broad range of art and art history including the visual arts, theater, film, architecture, music and dance. Our lecturers include prominent art historians, curators, academics and other experts. In addition our members-only events include local excursions, East Coast and national trips, and one international experience each year.
ASG BULLETIN BOARD
Please click on the date to learn more about each ASG lecture or event. We welcome guests who’d like to learn more about ASG membership to attend up to three lectures before joining us. Guests pay a $15 door fee for lectures.
RECOMMENDED NON-ASG EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
Out of Darkness: Two Remain, Peabody Chamber Opera, at the Theater Project February 8-11, 2018 Tickets and more information: http://www.theatreproject.org/out-of-darkness-two-remain/
Steinway Series at Silo Hill: Concerts by Cyrus Chestnut, Sarah Davis Buechner and Joanna Kaczorowska September 2017 - April 2018. Tickets and information: http://www.steinwaysilohill.org/concerts/index.html
Head Back & High: Senga Nengudi, Performance Objects (1976–2015), The Baltimore Museum of Art, On view December 5, 2017 — May 27, 2018. More information: https://artbma.org/exhibitions/nengudi
Fabergé and the Russian Crafts Tradition: An Empire’s Legacy, AND After Fabergé new work by Jonathan Monaghan, The Walters Art Museum, On view November 12, 2017 - June 24, 2018. More information: https://thewalters.org/events/event.aspx?e=4769
Mark Bradford: Pickett's Charge, Hirshhorn, November 8, 2017 - Nov 12, 2018. More information: https://hirshhorn.si.edu/exhibitions/mark-bradford-picketts-charge/
What Absence is Made Of, Hirshhorn, On view October 18, 2017 through Summer 2019. More information: https://hirshhorn.si.edu/bio/what-absence-is-made-of/
*For weekly local gallery openings and events visit Bmore Art's Picks: http://www.bmoreart.com/
Banner images courtesy of the Walters Art Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Art and Kirsten Walsh