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In the 1960s Andy Warhol famously fused high art and pop culture with his silk screened canvases of icons ranging from Marilyn Monroe to Campbell’s soup cans. Since this time, artists have continued to mine the rich terrain of popular culture, appropriating everything from pop music to Hollywood movies to make works of art. In this talk, we will consider some of the most compelling approaches to incorporating the stuff of our everyday pop lives into art.
Ages Adult Thursday January 26, 6:30 – 8:30pm

Special venue for this lecture.  More details to follow.

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