Self Taught Genius Opening Lecture

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Self-Taught Genius explores American folk art through the concept of a "self-taught genius," an enduring term that has changed dramatically over time. Get an insiders look from Melissa Wolfe, curator of American art and learn about the more than 100 remarkable works of art created by self-taught artists in the exhibition. Learn more at slam.org/genius

This free* lecture will be held in The Farrell Auditorium. Please note, responding to this event does not secure your seat.
*A ticket is required for all events, even free events, held in The Farrell Auditorium. Tickets may be reserved on-site at the Museum’s Information Centers, online through MetroTix, or by phone at 314.534.1111. Tickets purchased or reserved through MetroTix incur a service charge; the service charge is waived for tickets reserved at the Museum. Same-day tickets are available on-site only.

Image caption: Ralph Fasanella, 1914-1997; Subway Riders, New York City, 1950; oil on canvas; 28 x 60 inches; Gift of Ralph and Eva Fasanella, 1995.8.1, extended loan: 5th Avenue/53rd Street subway station, New York City
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