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ACI Second Wednesday Lunch and Lecture: Bonnie Cashin: Chic Is Where You Find It

Oct 12, 2016, 11:30am
Visionary designer Bonnie Cashin created fashions for modern, free-spirited women “on-the-go” – much like herself. While many of her fashion “first” and 1960s “it bags” for Coach were revolutionary, they have since become classics. Stephanie Lake – author, curator and Cashin archivist – will present her book on the designer’s life and work. Lunch | 11:30AM Lecture | 12:30PM The luncheon is $30 for ACI members or $33 for non-members. Lecture will be held at Whiteman Hall. Admission is free for Museum and ACI Members and included with Museum general admission. Season tickets are $210 for 7 lunches. Book signings to follow. Purchase tickets here. Purchase season tickets here.

Art and Legacy Planning Seminar: Can We Talk?

Oct 18, 2016, 12pm Oct 18, 2016, 4pm
Your estate plan is in place. Now how do you tell your family? When it comes to estate planning, families are often reluctant to discuss their plans with one another. Family discussions on death, finances, and special instructions are often difficult. But, having these conversations now can reduce the feelings of burden, guilt or misunderstandings in the future. This seminar will outline how to create harmony in the family and strengthen trust while communicating your estate planning wishes. Phoenix Art Museum presents Can We Talk: Preparing Your Family, the third annual seminar in the Art and Legacy Planning Seminar Series to help Museum families and their advisers. We offer two convenient sessions and you are welcome to attend either session. Profes... (View more)

Artist-Led Tour and Lecture: Horacio Zabala

Oct 19, 2016, 7pm
Join Argentine artist Horacio Zabala and Dr. Vanessa Davidson, Shawn and Joe Lampe Curator of Latin American Art, for an exclusive preview and artist-led tour of the exhibition Horacio Zabala: Mapping the Monochrome before it opens to the public. This is a singular opportunity to meet the artist and hear about his work firsthand. Space is limited. Reserve tickets Lectures and gallery talks are free for Museum Members and included with Museum general admission unless otherwise noted.  

Asian Arts Council First Wednesday Gallery Talks: A Resonance of Clay

Nov 2, 2016, 12pm
Drawing from the collection of Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz, join us for a discussion of the functional and sculptural contemporary Japanese ceramics which showcase the talents of Japanese ceramicists. Presented by: Elaine Cohen, Master Docent Phoenix Art Museum. Elaine is a collector of ceramics with a recent emphasis on contemporary Japanese ceramics. She has served on the ASU Art Museum board. She has been an active member of Contemporary Forum for many years. Free for Museum and AAC Members or included with Museum general admission. There is a no-host luncheon in Palette restaurant following the gallery talk. Image Credit: Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz Collection.