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The First Wednesday of every month
12:30 - 1:30 PM      Brown Bag
FREE and Open to the Public

Collin College Professor, Dr. Clair Robertson, generously donates her time and talent to engage a crowd of Art History buffs the first Wednesday of every month in the 

Heard-Craig Carriage House.  Bring your lunch and join the discussion. 

All are welcome. 

Dates through 2022:

November 3 : Site Specific & Environmental Art

December 1: Nativity in Renaissance Art

January 5, 2022:   Manet Morisot

February 2, 2022:  Superrealism

March 2, 2022:  Edith Pretty and

           the Anglo-Saxon Sutton Hoo Discovery

April 6, 2022:  William Merritt Chase

May 4 2022:  Liberte, egalite, fraternite, ou la mort!

           David and the French Revolution

June 1, 2022:

Detecting Art Forgeries with Guest Lecturer, 

Mr. Clay Small, SMU

July, 2022 - Summer Break (no lecture)

August, 2022 - Jacob Lawrence

September, 2022 -  Harlem Renaissance

October, 2022 -  The Painted and Printed Nightmare -  Francis Goya

November, 2022 -  Diego Rivera

December, 2022 - Norman Rockwell's Christmas Images (Christmas program is subject to change)  

Although the Art History Lectures are Free and Open to the Public, we do accept donations which provide a Thank You Gift to Dr. Robertson at the end of the year. We thank all of our regular Art History patrons for their support and generosity these past 22 years and look forward to seeing you again every month.    



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