Replays From Menil Archives

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Did you miss a Menil lecture or discussion? The museum’s archive contains videos of past public programs and three times yearly, will show a selection in pairs in the museum library or foyer. Most public programs are about an hour. The museum launches the series with two highly regarded conversations.

-- Robert Rauschenberg (from February 2007)
In Houston for the opening of his exhibition Cardboards and Related Pieces, Rauschenberg speaks with Menil Director Josef Helfenstein and Susan Davidson, Guggenheim Museum curator.

-- Dario Robleto and Ann Druyan (from September 2014)
As part of his exhibition The Boundary of Life is Quietly Crossed, Robleto converses with Ann Druyan, Carl Sagan’s widow and executive producer/ writer for the TV series Cosmos, whose remarks are spontaneous, lyrical, and very moving.

Free and open to the public.
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