Lecturer: Sylvia Yount, Lawrence A. Fleischman Curator in Charge of the American Wing, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Violet Oakley’s art and life were shaped by the Arts and Crafts movement. From her early interests in the English pre-Raphaelites to the establishment of her Cogslea homestead in West Mount Airy, Oakley embraced the ethos of the cultural phenomenon in personal and professional terms. This lecture is sponsored by Susan and Burn Oberwager.
$15 ($10 MEMBERS)