Two American Painters: Lois Dodd and Wayne Thiebaud in Conversation with Karen Wilkin
Distinguished artists Wayne Thiebaud and Lois Dodd address the everyday world around us in their paintings from their separate coasts — Thiebaud from California, and Dodd from Maine and New York. They are also both experienced and generous teachers. Karen Wilkin, an art historian curator and critic specializing in 20th century modernism who has written extensively about both, will lead a conversation exploring Thiebaud and Dodd’s histories, their motivations and predilections, and what has sustained them during their long and productive careers.
WHEN: May 14 at 4:00 pm (PST)
WHERE: Free online. Register here for access.
This program is organized by the Manetti Shrem Museum and co-sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History.