Members of the Museum are invited to exclusive events throughout the year. At this time, the Museum is hosting both virtual and in-person Members Events.
See calendar below for upcoming events!
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Featured Past Events
Un Espagnol by A. Vollon, with Dr. Carol Forman Tabler
May 5, 2022
Dr. Carol Tabler discusses what she has discovered about Un Espagnol by A. Vollon and how it relates to one of Vollon’s most important works in the Musée d’Orsay, Paris. Her research on this artist for the catalogue of The Heckscher Museum’s collection developed into her PhD dissertation at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
Intimate Coast: Helen Torr’s Huntington
November 9, 2021
Between 1923 and 1933, artist Helen Torr lived and painted alongside her husband Arthur Dove on the water and on the land of the north shore of Long Island. This talk with Art Historian and Lecturer Erin Kimmel considers her idiosyncratic and important output in relation to the ecological and social history of Huntington Harbor.
In coordination with the exhibition The Heckscher Museum Celebrates 100: Tracing History, Inspiring the Future
Curators in Conversation: Wood Gaylor and American Modernism
February 9, 2021
Heckscher Museum of Art Curator Karli Wurzelbacher and Fleming Museum of Art Curator Andrea Rosen held on this program on Zoom for current Museum Members and Donors. The two discussed the art of Wood Gaylor, his connections to artists including Florine Stettheimer and Louis Bouché, and his life on Long Island.
In coordination with the exhibition Wood Gaylor and American Modernism
Virtual Gallery Talk with Exhibiting Artist Amanda Valdez
September 22, 2020
The Heckscher Museum of Art was proud to present a Virtual Gallery Talk featuring artist Amanda Valdez and Curator Karli Wurzelbacher, exclusively for current Museum Members and Sponsors. Valdez creates brilliantly colored, patterned, and textured abstract paintings by cutting, sewing, dying, painting, and embroidering canvas and other cloth. She conjures surprising compositions through thoughtful use of different materials and modes of making.
In coordination with the exhibition Amanda Valdez: Piecework