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Oct 24, 2018, 3pm

Jomon Pottery: Excavating the Past

Nov 7, 2018, 12pm
Free for Museum Members Included with General Admission Jomon vessels date to Japan’s earliest Neolithic cultures. Although excavations have uncovered artifacts from numerous archaeological sites, scholars know little about this proto-literate culture. Utilizing the Jomon vessel from Phoenix Art Museum's collection, along with pottery from other early Asian civilizations, join Carolyn Greene, the Museum's curatorial associate of Asian art, for an exploration of early cultures, rituals, and daily life.    Image credit: Hiroyuki Wakamoto, Jomon Bowl #1, wood-fired ceramic. Gift of Elaine and Sidney Cohen.

Art Lovers Book Club: Conquistador

Nov 7, 2018, 1pm Nov 7, 2018, 6pm 1 More Engagement(s) Available
Art Lovers Book Club is held at the Lemon Art Research Library. Space is extremely limited. RSVP required at tickets.phxart.org. Participants must read the book in advance. Please inform library@phxart.org of any cancellations. Conquistador: Hernan Cortes, King Montezuma, and the Last Stand of the Aztecs By Buddy Levy "A century before the Mayflower, a single man settled the destiny of the Americas far more momentously than the Puritans ever could....Conquistador offers a fascinating account of the first and most decisive of those encounters: the one between the impetuous Spanish adventurer Cortés and Montezuma, the ill-starred emperor of the Aztecs.... [An] almost unbelievable story of mis... (View more)

SOLD OUT—Slaves of Fashion: The Singh Twins

Nov 13, 2018, 5:30pm
  THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. This event will take place in Singer Hall. 5:30 pm — Light Refreshments 6–7 pm — Program London-born British Contemporary women artists, The Singh Twins will discuss their current work which combines traditional Indian miniature painting and creative digital techniques with cultural and social-political commentary exploring perceptions of identity (particularly between Britain and India) and linking the history of India's textile trade- as a global story of Empire, conflict, enslavement and materialism- to ethical trade and consumerism today. Slaves of Fashion recently toured at National Museums Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery and Wolverhampton Art Gallery, UK.   ... (View more)

Women in Fashion: More than Just Pretty Faces

Nov 14, 2018, 11:30am
Lecture is free for Members; included with General Admission. Ticket required for Luncheon. Ticket sales close on Wednesday, November 7, at 5 pm. Luncheon — 11:30 am Presentation — 12:30 pm Drawing from her book "American Runway: 75 Years of Fashion and the Front Row," Booth Moore, Style and Fashion News Director at the Hollywood Reporter, leads a discussion about the powerful women who got Fashion Week off the ground. Decades before feminist T-shirts were coming down the runways, trailblazing women from fashion’s first publicist, Eleanor Lambert, to first lady Eleanor Roosevelt were helping to shape the industry. Through designer interviews, exclusive photos and her own experience on the front row, Moore brin... (View more)