Brown Bag Film J.M.W. Turner
Brown Bag Film
(30 mins.) Joseph Mallord William Turner was a barber’s son who eventually went on to become one of Britain’s most renowned painters. At the age of fourteen he entered the Royal Academy art school and from there nothing would stop his passion for painting. Produced by the National Gallery of Art and part of media exchange that NGA provides for art museums. Brown Bag Film admission is free and complimentary coffee and cookies are provided. Auditorium doors open at 12:00 pm. Paid admission is required for gallery admittance. Support provided by the Michigan Humanities Council.
|Event Date||01-11-2018 12:15 pm|
|Event End Date||01-11-2018 12:45 pm|
|Location||Muskegon Museum of Art|