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This summer's lecture series will focus on "Women in the Southwest." The first lecture is O'Keeffe's Odyssey to the West from Art Historian and Critic, Judith Reynolds.
Join us for our annual Summer Solstice Window Viewing in the museum, at the dawn of summer - Thursday, June 21st! Doors open at 6:00 am. A spiral of sunlight appears on the gallery wall as the sun moves higher in the morning sky.
The summer lecture series continues with Three Women, One Story: 1000 Years and Art, History and Culture from Biographer and Editor, Kate Nelson.
The summer lecture series continues with Millicent Rogers: From New York to Taos from Center Director Shelby Tisdale.
The summer lecture series continues with Western Women We Respect: Durango's Own Olga Little from Fort Lewis College History Professor, Andrew Gulliford.
The summer lecture series continues with Alice Eastwood: Pioneer Botanist in the Four Corners from Canyon of the Ancients National Monument Manager, Marietta Eaton.
The summer lecture series continues with Mable Dodge Luhan & Company: Creating Southwest Modernism from U Mass Boston Professor Emerita, Lois Rudnick.
The summer lecture series concludes with Slim Women: Louisa Wade Wetherill of Kayenta & Her Navajo Friends from Historian, Harvey Leake.