Saturday, July 19, 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 detailed schedule here. For more 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