artonline special edition | 14 March to 9 June | nga.gov.au/TunertoMonet | Events
Forum: The triumph of landscape
Friday 14 March 1—4 pm
Join three international curators in Canberra for the Turner to Monet exhibition, who will provide expert insights about their specialist area with regard to landscape painting.
Speakers and topics:
Dr Charlotte Eyerman, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Saint Louis Art Museum, Landscape: harbinger of modernism; Dr Jenns Howoldt, Head of 19th Century Galleries, Hamburger Kunsthalle, German Romantic painting: between art and science; Dr Ted Gott, Senior Curator, International Art, National Gallery of Victoria, Thomas Moran and the American Sublime.
Forum attendees will be amongst the first to see the Turner to Monet exhibition on its opening day and afternoon tea is included in the ticket.
$35; $30 members/concession (includes afternoon tea and exhibition entry)
Bookings essential | James O Fairfax Theatre
Members' opening party
Sunday 16 March 6 pm
Join exhibition co-curator Christine Dixon, Senior Curator, International Painting and Sculpture, for an introductory lecture to the exhibition followed by exhibition viewing and cocktail reception
$50 members and their guests | Bookings essential | Become a member
every Saturday 15 March to 7 June
Turner to Monet exhibition open til 7 pm
Enjoy free talks, view the exhibition, listen to live music of the nineteenth century performed by staff and students of the ANU School of Music. Members may also sample wines from around the world.
Open daily 10 am–5 pm | nga.gov.au | +61 2 6240 6502
For bookings email email@example.com or call +61 2 6240 6504 or freecall 1800 020 068
Martin Johnson Heade Sunlight and shadow, the Newbury Marshes c. 1871-75 oil on canvas 30.5 x 67.3 cm John Wilmerding Collection (Promised gift) National Gallery of Art, Washington DC Image courtesy of the Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC top image: Philip Wilson Steer Yacht racing on the Solent 1893 oil on canvas 60.3 x 81 cm Collection of the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth