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Art Talks: The Visual Culture of the 1960s

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This year’s three-part series features engaging talks by Rockford University art professor and honors college director Jennifer Langworthy.

February 13 - “The Early 1960s: Exteriority and Disruption” 
March 13 - “The Mid 1960s: Plurality and Contradictions” 
April 10 - “The Late 1960s: Unrest and Discontent” 

Doors open 11:00am | Lunch 11:15am | Lecture 12:00pm-1:00pm 
Lunch is included, reservations are required. For tickets call RAM at (815) 968-2787.

Subarea:Rockford Downtown

Directions:
Rockford Art Museum – 711 N. Main St., Rockford, IL 61103 - From I-90 and E. State St. (US Business 20): west on Business 20 six and a half miles to IL 2 north (Wyman St., first street past the Rock River); right on IL 2 five blocks to the museum complex on the right side of the one-way street. From the south, I-39: west on US 20 Bypass to IL 2 (S. Main). North on IL 2 through the downtown to the museum complex. Park in the Riverfront Museum Park lot. Pedestrian tunnel connects organizations housed at Riverfront Museum Park (RAM, Discovery Center, Rockford Dance Company, Rockford Symphony Orchestra) and Burpee Museum of Natural History, located next door.

Art Talks: The Visual Culture of the 1960s