Please join us in person at the Cleveland Hungarian Museum on Saturday, May 14th starting at 2 PM
for our final Spring program opening our newest exhibit
“Fine Art Sampler” which features works of art that are part of the Museum’s permanent collection.
George Kozmon, an internationally collected artist and lecturer at Case Western Reserve University Department of Art History and Art, will give this talk. The title of his presentation is
“Considering Art; Looking, Seeing and Understanding”.
George explains, “Many have stated: ‘I don’t know art,
but I know what I like.’ Subjective taste is perfectly fine,
but an argument can be made that more information
can broaden and deepen aesthetic appreciation. “
The program will begin at 2 o’clock,
and the Museum will be open from 1 through 4 p.m.
The program will be English, and as usual,
refreshments will be served after the presentation.
For your convenience parking is available
in the Galleria garage at $5.
Suggested donations: $10 adults and $5 students.
This presentation will examine artworks presented in this exhibit, discuss formal design ideas like color, value, texture and others, look at techniques the artists used, explore the content and themes chosen by their creators.
Join us in welcoming our speaker who is a member of our Cleveland Hungarian community!
A viszontlátásra! Hope to see you there!