Handmaker will host a series of six art talks by docents from the Tucson Museum of Art beginning this fall. The talks, organized by Ellie Eigen and the Tucson chapter of the Brandeis National Committee, are open to those who have signed up for the series through the BNC, as well as to Handmaker residents and guests.
The art talks will begin on Monday, October 8 at 2 p.m. in the Great Room at Handmaker, with “Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: Places of Genius.” Other topics will be “The Barnes Collection: Crime or Justice?” on Dec. 10; “Rebellious Art of Edward Manet” on Jan. 14; “John Singer Sargent: Portraits and More” on Feb. 11; “Matisse — The Magnificent Master of Color” on March 11, and “Hudson River School: American Scenery, Its Beauty and Magnificence” on April 8. All will be at 2 p.m. at Handmaker.
For more information visit www.handmaker.org/about/calendar/spiritual-cultural or www.tucsonbnc.org, or contact Nanci Levy at email@example.com.