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Loggia Lectures with Rob Prufer: Visions of the Divine

Thu Jun 11, 7 - 8:30 pm
$5–$25 suggested donation

COVID-19 Update: This event has been rescheduled from its original date due to coronavirus concerns. The date on this page reflects the latest information about this event.

"Throughout history, remarkable women have looked beyond the earthly realm and recounted their experiences with the spiritual. These visions have inspired artists and, in some extraordinary cases, inspired the women themselves to bring the divine to life on canvas. We’ll explore the art of some of these visionary painters, including Hilma af Klint in the early 20th century. We’ll question why there was such a surge in mystical accounts beginning in the Middle Ages, from women such as Hildegard of Bingen, Bridget of Sweden and Teresa of Avila, and consider why their revelations were so widely published, studied—and depicted by artists. Who knows how this will influence our experience with the surreal paintings of Nicole Gordon on exhibit in Altered States.

The Loggia Lecture Series is inspired by the Italian loggia, an outdoor space for engaging others in conversation or simply admiring the artfulness of the passing world. Each Loggia Lecture illuminates a significant art history topic that dovetails with an exhibition at BAM, creating opportunities for lively discussion throughout." (Promo Copy)




Bellevue Arts Museum

510 Bellevue Way NE Bellevue, WA 98004
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