"AN OVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL FRAME HISTORY — RENAISSANCE TABERNACLE FRAMES TO THE PLEXIGLAS BOX"
TWO-HOUR POWERPOINT LECTURE BY TRACY GILL
with concentration on numerous works framed for the museum by Gill & Lagodich
Q&A and hands-on museum gallery walk / frame clinic with Simeon Lagodich
PRIVATE COLLECTORS' GROUP LECTURE AND Q&A BY TRACY GILL AND SIMEON LAGODICH
Overview of Frames / Framing concerns for Museums and Collectors — period vs. reproduction frames, discussion of frame styles, pricing, and value
Frame symposium: "From Classicism to Expressionism: A Synthetic Approach to the Frame"
one hour powerpoint lecture by Tracy Gill
"A Grammar of Ornament: The Aesthetic Frame of Mind"
"THE AMERICAN FRAME: FROM ORIGIN TO ORIGINALITY"
SLIDE LECTURE BY EXHIBITION CURATOR, TRACY GILL
Remarkable attendance: 250 r.s.v.p.s for 150 seats; initial lecture so well received the school invited Tracy Gill to conduct a number of slide lectures/discussions with their History of Design classes, and gallery talks (with Simeon Lagodich) to selected groups of Trustees and Collectors.
frame EXHIBITION WAS ALSO FILMED FOR WGBH / PBS EPISODE OF FIND!
interview with Tracy Gill and Simeon Lagodich by Leigh Keno, Leigh Keno American Art, and Leslie Keno, senior specialist and director of American Furniture and Decorative Arts at Sotheby's New York.
"The American Frame: From Origin to Originality"
slide lecture by exhibition curator, Tracy Gill
"One Hundred Years on the Edge: The Frame in America 1820 to 1920"
slide lecture on frame history by Tracy Gill
frame clinic and Q&A by Simeon Lagodich
(with additional overview discussion on first-hand experiences in Lower Manhattan post 9/11.)
"One Hundred Years on the Edge:The Frame in America 1820 to 1920"
slide lecture by Tracy Gill
Gallery talk and Q&A by Simeon Lagodich
Sponsored by the Museum Antiquarian Society