Coffee Talk with Nan Colton: Finding Voice in Photography
Connect with the arts through monthly performances that give voice and embodiment to the two-dimensional. The MFA’s ever popular performing artist-in-residence Nan Colton invites us to meet an artist or historical figure in a 30-minute presentation that includes a cup of coffee and delectable pastries.
Today’s program is entitled Finding Voice in Photography. Meet Inge Morath, the Austrian-born journalist and a self-taught photographer who once wrote, “I knew that I could express the things I wanted to say by giving them form through my eyes.”
Refreshments are served at 10am, followed by the performance at 10:30 am.
FREE for MFA members. The program is included in our Museum admission.
Complimentary valet parking is available for attendees from 9am until 2pm on the day of the performance. Enjoy lunch in the MFA Cafe following the performance and make a day of it!
The 2017 schedule includes:
January 11: Contemplation
February 8: Remembering Anne Frank
March 8: Finding Voice in Photography
April 12: Living in Downtown St. Petersburg
May 10: Under the Palmetto Leaves
June 14: Clash of Cultures: Spaniards to Pinellas County
July 12: Meeting Monet
August 9: An Intellectual Affair
September 13: Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Le Brun: Portrait of a Portrait Painter
October 11: Woman Sitting
November 8: Catherine the Great: The Empress Who Collected
December 13: Han-Terbury Tales