In Conversation - 'Blazes Along the Trail': Exploring David Milne's Imaginative Vision Curator Talk
Milne’s significance as an early twentieth century Canadian modernist artist rests on his focussed and deeply personal artmaking strategies informed by an innovative aesthetic and stylistic approach. His vision differed markedly from the artistic intentions and ideological positioning of the landscape art of the Group of Seven whose works were perceived to be in alignment with a nation-building narrative which gained prominence in Canada following the First World War. The selection of Milne’s works featured in this exhibition reveals the range of David Milne’s inspiration in exploring media which supported his painting while also fostering new considerations in his approach to his art-making. Exhibition organized and circulated by the Art Gallery of Windsor; Curated by Chris Finn Join us in conversation with curator Chris Finn on Zoom. October 20 at 7:00 pm.
This event is free.
Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
Vision: The Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery is recognized as the primary forum for making art, culture and local history accessible, relevant, and inspiring for the community of Moose Jaw and surrounding area. This talk is related to one of the shows in our regular exhibition program.
461 Langdon Crescent
Moose Jaw, SK
This event is wheelchair accessible, and offers closed captioning or subtitles.