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Art Chat Live with ASL Interpretation: Winter Landscape

Art Chat Live with ASL Interpretation: Winter Landscape

Saturday, December 12, 2020 at 11 a.m.–12 p.m.

This is a virtual event. 

Don’t miss out on great art just because you are at home! In-gallery programs will restart in Spring 2021 depending on COVID-19 conditions.


Until then, join us on select Saturdays from 11 a.m–12 p.m for an online Art Chat. During each Chat, we will compare two different artworks from the museum’s collection. As a group we will talk about how they relate to each other. The conversation is sure to lead to new discoveries and perspectives. An American Sign Language Interpreter will be facilitating each session, and live captions are available through the Microsoft Teams app. 


This program's theme: Winter Landscape


Click here to join the live event on December 12, 2020



Image: Garfield Park, 1917, Edward Timothy Hurley (American, b.1869, d.1950), Bequest of Alice Belle Bettman, 1990.1350

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