Katherine Page, Curator of Art and Education at the Mennello Museum of American Art will be presenting a lecture on the curatorial ideas and highlights behind our latest exhibition, Impression
Katherine Page, Curator of Art and Education at the Mennello Museum of American Art will be presenting a lecture on the curatorial ideas and highlights behind our latest exhibition, Impression and Reality.
Join us for this event contextualizing the paintings on view, which span the time period of both American Impressionism and American Realism.
Katherine Page is a curator and educator with an established understanding and appreciation for art, cultural diversity, education, and community outreach all of which inform her curatorial and educational initiatives. Page has been responsible for designing instructional and interactive text, special programming, workshops, and tours that empower visitors of all backgrounds, ages and skill levels to make personal connections with exhibitions while exploring artistic methods.
Special exhibitions Page has curated include “Contemporary Expressions: Prints from Flying Horse Editions 1996-2021” (2022), “The Grand Portraits of Mr. Eddy Mumma” (2021), “American Artists in the Southwest: Gifts from the Melanson Holt Collection” with “American Paintings and Drawings from the Melanson Holt Collection” (2021, catalogue with essay), “Immersion into Compounded Time and the Paintings of Firelei Báez” (2019, catalogue with essay), “The Unbridled Paintings of Lawrence H. Lebduska” (2019, catalogue with essay), “Earl Cunningham” (2019), “John Baker: Mind Wealth” (2019), “Our Collection” (“Appreciating the Everyday” 2022, “Ephemeral” 2021, “Visionary Form in Southern Black Folk Art” 2021, “Portrait of a Woman” 2021), “Our Orlando” (“Construct” 2020, “Making Sense of Our World” 2018, 2017), and American Youth (“Cause” 2020, “Future” 2018, “Identity” 2017).
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
900 East Princeton Street, Orlando, FL 32832