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Opera and Shakespeare

with Iain Scott, one of Canada’s foremost opera educators
Rediscover the genius of Shakespeare’s most beloved scenes, interpreted through the equally powerful genius of Verdi and other major opera composers. This 4-part series will include Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Otello and Falstaff.

The Arts & Crafts of the Newcomb Pottery Enterprise

Speaker: Dr. Martin Eidelberg (Professor Emeritus of Art History, Rutgers University)

 

Join Dr. Martin Eidelberg for an engaging talk about the art and craft of the Newcomb Pottery Enterprise. Dr. Eidelberg is known for his studies on Louis C. Tiffany’s glass as well as  the author of many prize-winning books and articles on twentieth-century decorative arts.

 

Women, Art, and Social Change: The Newcomb Pottery Enterprise runs from February 5 through May 18 at the Gardiner Museum. 

The Next 36 Debate: “Be It Resolved that Women Entrepreneurs are Disadvantaged in Today’s Society”

 

Moderator: Claudia Hepburn (Co-Founder, The Next 36) 

Speakers: Daniel Debow, Susan McArthur, Rebecca McDonald and Richard Powers

 

The Next 36, Canada’s entrepreneurial leadership initiative, has assembled a panel of experts and business leaders to debate the topic “Be It Resolved that Women Entrepreneurs are Disadvantaged in Today’s Society”. Moderated by Claudia Hepburn, Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Next 36.

Newcomb’s Designers: A Conscious Revolution

 

Speaker: Dr. Sally Main (Exhibition Curator, Women, Art, and Social Change: The Newcomb Pottery Enterprise)

 

Join exhibition curator Sally Main as she explores the themes and historical significance of the Smithsonian exhibition Women, Art, and Social Change: The Newcomb Pottery Enterprise.

 

Women, Art, and Social Change: The Newcomb Pottery Enterprise runs from February 5 through May 18 at the Gardiner Museum. 

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