Awesome 'Rural America' Art Exhibit at Geneva History Center

"A Celebration of Rural America" is a traveling exhibition of art during the late 1920s and '30s.

There's a terrific exhibit at the Geneva History Center right now, and a lot of folks haven't stopped in to see it yet.

But you should. This is excellent.

A Celebration of Rural America is a Blaire Murrah traveling exhibition of the most important movement in American art during the late 1920s and '30s. Included are original prints by three of the best known regionalists: Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood and John Steuart Curry.

The exhibit is Chicago quality and Geneva priced.

Admission $2 for Adults, Free for GHC Members and children under 12.

Audio Tours Enjoy a short, guided audio tour of the exhibition with additional insight and explanation into the Regionalism art movement and the pivotal artists involved including Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood, and John Steuart Curry. Tours are approximately 30 minutes long and may have short wait periods for the next available tour. Audio Tour price $4, free for GHC Members.

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SOURCE: Geneva History Center

David Phyfer August 12, 2012 at 10:58 PM
Once again, Patch and editor Rick Nagel have assisted the Geneva History Center in getting the word out about current exhibits and other events. This is your Geneva History on display and we encourage everyone to support and visit the center on a regular basis. Thanks Rick.


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