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February 15: Jolt your world yet again at the Eiteljorg: Pop Art Part II

Art Jolt: Pop Art Part II

When: Thursday February 15 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: Eiteljorg Museum
$30 public/ $21 members/ $25.50 students and seniors per session

Second of a two-part crash course on Pop art, a ‘50s and ‘60s art movement influenced by advertising, mass media, comics and consumerism. During this second session, hosted by the Eiteljorg Museum, see the exhibitions Roy Lichtenstein: American Indian Encounters and Andy Warhol’s Cowboys and Indians. Parents: Bring your children for art-making activities while you enjoy the course. Presented in collaboration with the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art. Register by Jan. 31 for either session or both by calling 317-920-2649 or email education@ima-art.org.

Register by Jan. 31 for either session or both by calling 317-920-2649 or email education@ima-art.org
If this event sounds interesting, you should check out the opening of the exhibition of legendary pop artist Ed Paschke at Herron March 9.

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