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The Hats of Stephen Jones
April 23: Contemporary milliner Stephen Jones discusses the inspiration for his work and its connections to the history of hats and art.
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Lecture: A Woman's Touch
April 30: Kimbell Art Museum's George T. M. Shackelford discusses Degas' depiction of the tactile in his images of women.
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Film and Music: Au Bonheur des Dames
May 6: Step back in time for a glimpse of Parisian life through this 1930s silent film, with live musical accompaniment.
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Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida work reinstalled
After two years, Under the Awning, Zarauz, which has been captivating visitors since 1911, is back on view in Gallery 207.
A Quintessentially Female Profession
Madame Virot and Caroline Reboux, two of the most renowned milliners of the late 19th century, helped shape the Paris millinery trade that fascinated Edgar Degas.
The Art of All Arts
Hermon A. MacNeil's stone relief panels, found at the north entrance to Sculpture Hall, have origins dating back to the same location, circa the 1904 World's Fair.