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A Creative Place: The History of Wisconsin Art
November 27, 2022 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Tom Lidtke, Co-Author, Retired MOWA Executive Director.
This book, released in 2021 by the Cedarburg Art Museum, was an ambitious task covering 13,000 years of human creativity in Wisconsin. It took nearly a dozen people five and a half years to complete. The seed for this herculean effort began more than three decades ago when Lidtke taught a Wisconsin art history graduate summer course at the Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA). Lidtke was Executive Director for three decades before retiring in 2013. His editorial goal was to appeal to a wide spectrum of readers by placing art in a multigenerational, multicultural and sociopolitical context. Host: Mark Mueller
In-Person or Online at 10:00!
In-Person: In Max Otto Hall.
Online: Watch the livestream at 10:00 or a later time at our YouTube channel You will not be able to ask questions.
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