March 14, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
This free VIRTUAL program is sponsored collaboratively by Canaan Town Library, the Converse Free Library, and the Plainfield Libraries. Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0scOCvrDMoGdyQVH10ipup0lQmq0YsNeij
The visual arts revolution that was Impressionism is, too often, only understood only through the lens of the leading male practitioners – Monet, Renoir and Degas. How did the women Impressionists contribute to this novel style and how did their work differ from their male contemporaries? This program explores the paintings of Marie Bracquemond, Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt and others and considers the unique challenges they faced as women artists in a male-dominated profession.
Jane Oneail curates and delivers art appreciation programs to audiences throughout New England. Jane holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from Harvard University. A New Hampshire native, she has worked at some of the state’s most esteemed cultural institutions, including the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, where she served as Executive Director, and the Currier Museum of Art, where she held the role of Senior Educator. Jane has also taught at the college level for more than a decade, most recently at Southern New Hampshire University. For more information visit iamculturallycurious.com