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Make It Last
Selected Saturdays, 10:00 a.m.
Cost (Museum Member): $20 for one workshop, $55 for any three workshops, or $90 for all five workshops
Cost (non-member): $30 for one workshop, $85 for any three workshops, or $140 for all five workshops
This workshop series, designed for collectors, artists, and those who are curious about the inner workings of the art world, includes demonstrations and discussions with Museum staff and guest experts. Learn how to make art last now and for years to come!
Enrollment is limited; for more information about the series or to register, click here or call 828.253.3227, ext. 122.
Presented in conjunction with Vault Visible: Behind the Scenes at the Asheville Art Museum.
MAY 21 (D)
How to Research Your Artwork
Every artwork comes with its own set of mysteries: Who made it? Where did it come from? Whom was it for? Who owned it since its creation? The answers to these questions not only establish a history of ownership, but they also often tell fascinating tales about unique works of art. Learn about how to use print resources, online databases, art appraisal, and connoisseurship to discover more about any artwork. Speakers include:
- Brandy Bourne, Public Services Librarian, Ramsey Library at UNC Asheville
- Carolyn Grosch, Assistant Curator, Asheville Art Museum
- Lise Johnson, Associate Appraiser, Campbell Fine Art
- Leisa Rundquist, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Art History and Department Chair, UNC Asheville