Hermitage Auxiliary

The Hermitage Foundation Auxiliary is pleased to be able to offer the upcoming course of seven lectures at First Presbyterian Church. The Auxiliary has opened its membership to all interested individuals for the coming year.

Annual membership is $65.00
Membership to the Hermitage Auxiliary is separate from Hermitage Museum Membership. Yearly membership
entitles you to admission to all lectures and coffees.

2016-2017 Registration Form
To join the Hermitage Auxiliary please mail your form
and check made out to Hermitage Museum Auxiliary to:
Donna Bausch
999 Waterside Drive #1300
Norfolk, VA 23510

For more details call Donna Bausch at 622-2910

Inclement Weather Policy
If Norfolk Public Schools are cancelled because of
weather conditions, the lecture will also be cancelled.

Lecture schedule for the year is as follows**:
Lecures begin at 10:45 a.m. with a coffee reception at 10:15 a.m.
All lectures are located at First Presbyterian Church, 820 Colonial Ave. Norfolk.

 

2016

October 3
THE SPLENDORS OF AMERICAN STILL LIFE
Stephanie Heydt
Margaret and Terry Stent Curator of American Art
High Museum

November 7
WHAT'S MINE IS YOURS: PRIVATE COLLECTING AND PUBLIC PHILANTHROPY
Inge Reist
Director, Center for the History of Collecting
Frick Collection Art Reference Library

December 5
THE WHITE HOUSE
Ulysses Grant Dietz
Curator and Curator of Decorative Arts
Newark Museum

2017

January 9
MAGNIFICENT TREASURES: FABERGE AND THE VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
Barry Shifman
Sydney and Frances Lewis Family Curator of Late 19th and Early 20th Century Decorative Arts
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

February 6
ART IN THE CROSSHAIRS OF HISTORY: NAZI-ERA PROVENANCE RESEARCH AND THE CHRYSLER’S COLLECTION
Jeff Harrison
Chief Curator Emeritus
Chrysler Museum of Art

March 6
FOLLOWING THE LIGHT: AMERICAN IMPRESSIONIST ART COLONIES
Scott A. Schweigert
Curator of Art and Civilization
Reading Public Museum

April 3
EARLY 20TH CENTURY POSTCARDS
Benjamin Weiss
Director of Collections, Leonard A. Lauder Curator of Visual Culture
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston