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Talks & Lectures

Dig deeper into an exhibit’s theme, learn what our latest Artist in Residence has created, or immerse yourself in a period of art history with one of GAAC’s many talks and lectures.

Starts:May 20 Ends: June 3

Virtual Lecture: A Short History of Color in Painting

This much-anticipated lecture has been converted to a narrated video presentation, which is available to ticket holders for viewing. Registration is open through May 28.

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Sunday, June 7, 2020

Gallery Talk: Katharine Crawford Robey

This interview is in the process of being converted to a video presentation, and will be available for viewing in late Spring on the GAAC’s Youtube channel.

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Saturday, June 20, 2020

Gallery Talk: Saving Birds Thru Habitat

Due to the corona virus, this event has been cancelled.

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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Gallery Talk: Birds of the Sleeping Bear Dunes

Due to the corona virus, this event has been converted to an online interview. Read it here >>.

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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Lecture: The Power of Art in 28 1/2 Minutes

Studio artist Hank Feeley returns with another lecture in his recurring series “Art in 28 ½ Minutes.” This time, Feeley takes with a look at “The Power of Art,”

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Sunday, September 27, 2020

Gallery Talk: How Art Transforms Community: Three Approaches

Three Northern Michigan groups have pressed the arts into the service of creating better communities. A conversational discussion of the role of the arts and community building…

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Sunday, October 4, 2020

Lecture: Creative Resistance — Political Art + Craftivism

Politics – past and present – provide ample fodder for creative inspiration.  Sarah Bearup-Neal, Glen Arbor Arts Center gallery manager, surveys some of these powerful examples…

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Sunday, October 18, 2020

Gallery Talk: The Power of Theater

Parallel 45 Theatre of Traverse City produces cutting-edge interpretations of classic plays, giving familiar stories new life – and fresh relevance. A conversational discussion with two of Parallel 45’s key players about how theater is especially suited to examine a wide range of issues. Guests Erin Anderson Whiting, Parallel 45 Executive director, and Artistic Director […]

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