Friday, July 18, 2014
| 11 am
11 am–7:30 pm Friday
11 am–5 pm Saturday
East Building, Museum Auditorium
$55 Members (one day); $100 (both)
$60 Nonmembers (one day); $110 (both)
Immerse yourself in a two-day seminar devoted to the art, cuisine, music, and architecture of the Italian Renaissance with Curator of European Art David Steel; Chief Conservator William Brown; Museum lecturer Joseph Covington; cultural historian Francine Segan; and Voce Camerata, a local vocal ensemble committed to baroque and Renaissance music. Register online for the entire seminar or just one day. Part of the “My Italian Summer” series. See a detailed schedule here. For further information, e-mail Deborah Reid Murphy, or call (919) 664-6808. Registration due by Tuesday, July 15, at 4 pm.
This weekend seminar is made possible, in part, by the Robert L. Humber Endowment.
Giovanni Battista Cima da Conegliano, Madonna and Child in a Landscape, circa 1496–99, oil on panel, 28 x 24 3/4 in., Purchased with funds from the State of North Carolina