Cocktails + Conversation
with William Wegman
Sunday, February 9, 5:30 – 7pm
At the Home of Randy and Craig Rubin
Following William Wegman's 4pm lecture at Cranbrook Art Museum
$175 per person for ArtMembers
$200 for the General Public
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Don't worry about missing the big game! We have moved our February 2 talk with William Wegman to February 9, and with our existing programming, you can now spend a full afternoon enjoying Cranbrook Art Museum. Then, join us for informal conversation with artist William Wegman in the home of Randy and Craig Rubin in Bloomfield Hills.
The new schedule of events is as follows:
2pm: Brett Littman, Executive Director of The Drawing Center, New York
Enjoy Littman's lecture, "From Lascaux to AutoCAD: A Brief History of Drawing," at Cranbrook Art Museum, followed by the book launch for My Brain Is in My Inkstand: Drawing as Thinking and Process
4pm: William Wegman's lecture at Cranbrook Art Museum
5:30pm: Cocktails + Conversation with William Wegman at the home of Randy and Craig Rubin in Bloomfield Hills.
Both lectures are included with regular admission and free to ArtMembers and students with identification. Click on the link above for tickets to the exclusive Cocktails + Conversation event in the Rubin's home.
Our hosts for this second Cocktails + Conversation will be Randy and Craig Rubin and the Rubin, Meltzer, and Seligman families. Randy and Craig Rubin are the owners of a home designed by McIntosh Poris Associates, which is featured in the 2009 book M3 - 360° Modern Architecture II. Joining us for this conversation will be the home’s architect (and Museum Committee member) Michael Poris.
Before we gather at the Rubin’s home, attendees will have priority seating at the public lecture at the Art Museum during which Wegman will discuss his career as an artist, including his newest body of work, which finds him returning to his training as a painter. Join us at 2pm for Littman's lecture and enjoy a short reception following his lecture and before Wegman's, celebrating the launch of the Museum's latest exhibition catalogue.
You are among the first to receive this invitation. Space is very limited and reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Reserve your seat today to secure your spot!
Please note that $150 of the $175 ticket price and $175 of the $200 ticket price is considered tax-deductible.