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Roni Horn in conversation with John Waters
Wednesday, February 17,  6:30 pm
What happens when the subtle beauty and intellectual power of Roni Horn’s art meets the transgressive tackiness of John Waters? Find out in this artist talk that’s sure to entice, provoke, and entertain. more>>

Tickets: $25 general admission; $20 members, students, and seniors.

Free with museum admission

Dickinson on Dickinson
Sunday, April 11, 2 pm

American poet Emily Dickinson has inspired artists across disciplines—Aaron Copland, Martha Graham, not to mention Roni Horn. Celebrate National Poetry Month with a conversation with Cindy Dickinson (no relation), Director of Interpretation and Programming at the Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Bird is the Word
Sunday, May 9, 2 pm

The more we look at Roni Horn’s portraits of taxidermied birds, the more mysterious they seem. Get a fresh perspective from someone who looks closely at birds every day: Scott V. Edwards, whose study of avian DNA has led to insights into the behavior and ecology of birds. Edwards is Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and Curator of Ornithology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University.


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