Illinois in Art & Literature, 1818 to 2017

When

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Where

Illinois State Museum, Thorne Deuel Auditorium, 502 S Spring Street, Springfield, Illinois

Time

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

What

The Academy of Lifelong Learning at Lincoln Land Community College has partnered with the Illinois State Museum to offer this seminar. Art historian and educator Laura Mueller will offer a wide-ranging, slide-illustrated presentation surveying depictions of Illinois and its people in art and literature. It will include examples representing many points in time between 1818 and the present, indicating the countless ways in which Illinois has been represented artistically throughout its history as a state. The presentation will emphasize works of visual and literary art by Illinoisans but will also incorporate works by artists and authors from elsewhere that illuminate significant aspects of life in our state.

Cost of Admission: $Free

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