The Brinton Museum’s Fall Into Art series presents a program highlighting the art of Edward Curtis (1868-1952), famed artist and ethnographer of the early 20th century. In this evening presentation master printmaker Jim Jereb will discuss the technical process of photogravure and demonstrate the inking and printing of Camp in the Woods – Cheyenne, one of several original copper printing plates made by Curtis now held in the collection of The Brinton Museum. This select program will be conducted in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery.
Doors open at 5:30 PM (cash bar available)
Program (FREE) begins at 6:00 PM
Ticketed dinner at 7:15 PM
The Fall Into Art – Etched in Metal: Edward Curtis and the Photogravure Process program is FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC! Please register at the link below.
Attend just the program or stay and enjoy a Prix fixe Dinner in the Bistro immediately following the program! (Reservations are required.)
The Brinton Bistro will serve Chicken Fricassee with Wild Rice and Asparagus followed by a Raspberry-Vanilla Cake with Painted Art.
Dinner Tickets – $50 (One drink with dinner, tax, and gratuity are included. Brinton Museum & Sheridan Press Pass Members receive a 10% Discount.)
Dietary restrictions can be accommodated. Please contact Emma at 307-763-5926 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have dietary restrictions.