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GRAM/Ox-Bow Lecture Series Presents Lisa Wainwright

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Jim Yood, The Persistence of Place: Modern Art in the Midwest

GRAM / Ox-Bow Lecture Series
1:30 - 2:30 PM

August 13, 2010

Location: Cook Auditorium in the Grand Rapids Art Museum

The GRAM/Ox-Bow Friday Lecture Series features another notable art professor. This Friday, sit in on Lisa Wainwright's lecture, The Ox-Bow Centennial Exhibition: Perspectives, Interpretations, and Riffs.

From 1910 through the present day, the artist-teachers of Ox-Bow have captured the experience this unique art center affords. In painting, sculpture, object-design, fiber, glass, and clay, those myriad themes most relevant to the century took form through a commitment to skilled craft. This lecture will highlight the salient themes and stylistic tendencies that have shaped the Ox-Bow oeuvre.

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