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ARTalk: Interacting with Color

Dive into the work of Josef Albers with Fritz Horstman

A female museum guest views a work by Josef Albers in an art gallery with paintings and sculptures on view

Toward the New: A Journey into Abstraction, featuring Josef Albers’ Homage to the Square: Early Rising I, (1961). Image by Morgan Karanasios

Are you curious about color? Are you fascinated by abstraction?

Join us on Sunday, February 25 at 3 pm for an ARTalk with Fritz Horstman, a fine artist and the education director of the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation.

Learn more about Josef Albers’s ground-breaking ideas about color theory and his unprecedented approach to arts education, including the chance to see his work on display in our current exhibition, Toward the New: A Journey into Abstraction.

This talk will include an opportunity for Q&A and a gallery visit guided by Fritz’s expertise!


Adults: $30, includes museum admission
Senior (65+): $25, includes museum admission
Students and Youth (13-17): $15, includes museum admission
Currier Members: $10, admission is free
Children under 13 are always free

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