April 22, 2010 | Kim Manajek, Associate Director of Exhibitions, Art & Library Collections

Kicking off our curator series on Wednesday, May 12, Timothy Standring from the Denver Art Museum will join us for what will undoubtedly be a no-holds-barred, frank discussion about Henry Moore's work at Denver Botanic Gardens. Limited reservations are available to take a walk with Timothy around the Gardens. Hear Timothy's thoughts and opinions about the work and its significance. Following the walk will be a lecture where Timothy will unpack Moore's pre-cultural notions of sculpture, investigating the ideas that shaped Henry Moore’s forms. If you haven't heard Timothy speak before, you're in for a big treat.  He's funny and wicked smart. Register here.

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