Kingsley Art Club Lecture Series: Christopher Corey
January 20, 2016
Founded in 1892, the Kingsley Art Club promotes knowledge and appreciation of art among its members and in the community. The Kingsley monthly lectures feature local and regional artists and other arts insiders. Marguerite Wildenhain was a Bauhaus-trained master potter who fled Nazi Germany, settling in Guerneville in 1949. For the next 36 years she practiced her craft, gave workshops, and lectured world-wide on her art. Ms. Wildenhain’s works in clay are in museum collections throughout the world and her studio and home are now part of Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. Christopher Corey, archaeologist with California State Parks, Cultural Resources Division will share her story. Space is limited, and reserving tickets in advance is recommended.
$5 College Students
Purchase tickets by clicking the REGISTER button above, visiting the Museum Admission Desk, or by calling (916) 808-1182. Limited tickets may be available at the Admission Desk the day of the program.