Date(s) - 05/18/2018
Columbia Museum of Art
Jane Peterson is the quintessential American impressionist — well-schooled in her craft and well-traveled, open to the possibilities of a changing world. Her work reveals the vibrancy of the early 20th century and mirrors the concerns of a rapidly changing art world. Chief Curator Will South offers valuable insight on this artist and the importance of her work being exhibited in a museum again after 45 years. Free with membership or admission. Click here for more information.