Join us for an informative lunchtime presentation on Columbus-born artist Alma W. Thomas and the Washington Color School. Miriam Grotte-Jacobs, a Johns Hopkins-trained art historian, and Jonathan Frederick Walz, the Museum's curator of American art, will share the research they conducted for their forthcoming articles on postwar art in Washington, DC, to appear in the Smithsonian's journal American Art. After two 15-minute illustrated presentations, there will be time for further dialogue and questions.
Free to attend and $18.50 for an optional boxed lunch. Registration required.