The Long View: a Lecture Series presented by Dr. Linda McGreevy
Tuesdays, 6:30 pm
Come to the museum early to see the current exhibitions.
Galleries open at 5:30pm. Lecture starts and 6:30pm
July 12, August 9, September 13, October 11, November 1 and December 13
MOCA Members $5 / Non-members $8. Purchase a combination ticket for all lectures and save on the entire series MOCA Members $20 / Non-Members $38.
A former professor at Old Dominion University, Dr. Linda McGreevy has a reputation for an engaging lecture style popular with both beginners and seasoned art historians. She displays a knack for deep insight presented in a manner that is both accessible and entertaining. Virginia MOCA has invited Dr. McGreevy to focus her keen eye on the exhibition, Turn the Page: the First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose.
In this exhibition, many artists reference art, artists and art movements from the near and distant past. Dr. McGreevy will help us understand what it is we are seeing and why it matters. She will enlighten us on the visual language that connects us all through the ages right through to MOCA’s galleries.
Purchase tickets online:
July 12 - Another Tempest in a Teapot: Visual Art, Religion, and Politics
August 9 - The Modernist Trajectory: What Happened to ‘High Art’?
September 13 - The Modernist Meltdown I: Pop Art—East
October 11- The Modernist Meltdown II: Pop Art—West
November 1- Around the Edges: Symbolism and Surrealism