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American Stories from the 1930's: The Ken Trevey Collection in Context
|Event Start Date||Tuesday, September 18, 2012|
Founders French Parlor
|Event Start Time||6:00 pm|
Join us for an illustrated lecture presented by Bruce Robertson, professor of History of Art and Architecture and acting director of Art, Design & Architecture Museum at University of California, Santa Barbara. This lecture is in correlation with the exhibition, Character and Crisis: Printmaking in America 1920 – 1950.
|Contact||Andrea Feliciano | firstname.lastname@example.org | 4261|