Presented by Breana Sowers Join Breana Sowers, Archivist of Monroe County Libraries, as we explore the history of late 19th century scrapbooking in the United States – how Scrapbooks evolved from a rainy day parlor
Presented by Henry Schvey “The work of a fine painter, committed only to vision, abstract and allusive as he pleases, is better able to create for you his moments of intensely perceptive being. Jackson Pollock
Presented By Ann Rothstein-Segan Ph.D. Join Ann Rothstein-Segan Ph.D. for a lunchtime lecture as she discusses her father, renowned documentary photographer Arthur Rothstein and the stories behind his photographs made on assignment across the US
Presented by Leslie Kemp Poole Florida is renowned for its beautiful beaches, natural springs, and subtropical wilderness. However, dredge-and-fill projects, air pollution, and pesticides spread so uncontrollably during the twentieth century that they sparked an
Presented by Theresa Schober Remnants of elevated mounds and ridges, sculpted canals and water courts remain a visible yet subtle reminder of the once thriving Calusa chiefdom that controlled the southern third of the Florida peninsula by 16th century Spanish
The mission of The Key West Art & Historical Society is to preserve the culture of the Florida Keys through exhibiting and displaying regional art, architecture and history for the purpose of educating the community and visiting public.