50 Minutes with Elaine Mehalakes


January 4 (Wednesday)
50 Minutes Warren Rohrer: The  Language of Mark Making with Elaine Mehalakes
12 - 12:50 p.m.

Join us on the first Wednesday of the month at noon, when artists, curators, and guest speakers present brief (about twenty fascinating minutes) gallery talks related to special exhibitions. These casual talks are followed by a stop at the Museum Café for a speedy sampling of Karen Hunter’s lunch menu. Members $15, nonmembers $20. Please call 610-432-4333 ext 110 or reserve at Ticketleap.

This month, Elaine Mehalakes, vice president for curatorial and education at the Allentown Art Museum, talks about the exhibition Warren Rohrer: The Language of Mark Making. She is a specialist in modern and contemporary prints and curated and edited American Identities: Twentieth-Century Prints from the Nancy Gray Sherrill Collection (Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, 2004).

Warren Rohrer, Glyph II, 1991, oil on linen.                                             Elaine Mehalakes 
Private collection, photographed by Tom Powel,
courtesy of Locks Gallery