Westbatonrougemuseum.com Friday, May 6th, 2016
Lunchtime Lecture: "The Artist, Angela Gregory - From Paris to Port Allen"
  Wednesday, May 18th at Noon, Free
The West Baton Rouge Museum will host a lunchtime lecture featuring Judith H. Bonner, Senior Curator and Curator of Art at the Historic New Orleans Collection who will speak on “Angela Gregory: From Paris to Port Allen” on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at Noon. Angela Gregory was an internationally known Louisiana artist with ties to West Baton Rouge Parish.
 
Presenter Judith H. Bonner, who has been with The Historic New Orleans Collection since 1987, has published widely on Southern art and art criticism. She is presently writing the foreword for Angela Gregory’s memoir, Sculpting the Future: Angela Gregory in Paris, 1925-1928, soon to be published by the University of South Carolina Press as part of the “Women's Diaries and Letters of the South Series.” Bonner is co-editor of the Art and Architecture volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, published in 2013 by the University of North Carolina Press and sponsored by the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi. For more than twenty years Bonner compiled an annual bibliography on Art and Architecture of the South published in the Southern Quarterly by the University of Southern Mississippi. She has taught at Xavier University of Louisiana and the United States Air Force Academy. Bonner has also curated numerous exhibitions at The Historic New Orleans Collection and at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

This event is FREE and open to the public.
Consignor of the Month: Stan Routh
Stan Routh is foremost an architect who loves to draw.  Give him a pencil, pen or even a stick and he’ll create a rendering that stresses line and texture, light and shadow, depth and three dimensional expression.  Stan is dedicated to recording faithfully, in scale and perspective, architectural and historical landmarks the way they are at the time he sees them.  His collection, Places People Remember, contains over 4,000 drawings.  Stan has won numerous awards and has been honored time and again for his original pieces.  Many of his works hang in private collections and museums. 

The West Baton Rouge Museum is proud of our association with Stan whose unique drawings and watercolors of West Baton Rouge parish monuments and landmarks will appeal to many a local history buff.  In addition to the items on display in the Store, Mr. Routh can be commissioned to illustrate your home, business or building.  If you’re looking for that unique gift item for the discerning history or architecture buff in your family, drop by the Museum Store and peruse the dozens of different Routh items on hand.  Shop for Mother’s Day gifts and the grad in your life.  The Store is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or 2:00-5:00 p.m. on Sunday.
The West Baton Rouge Museum is Proud to be a Partner with the Blue Star Museums Program
The West Baton Rouge Museum, in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts, will open their doors to military families, along with 270 other museums from 45 states around the U.S. Beginning Memorial Day, May 30th, through Labor Day, September 5th, military families can visit the museum FREE with ID.
The West Baton Rouge Museum's offices will be closed on Monday, May 30th for the Memorial Day holiday. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday!
845 N. Jefferson Avenue, Port Allen, LA 70767 225-336-2422 Ext.15
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Westbatonrougemuseum.com Friday, May 6th, 2016
Lunchtime Lecture: "The Artist, Angela Gregory - From Paris to Port Allen"
  Wednesday, May 18th at Noon, Free
The West Baton Rouge Museum will host a lunchtime lecture featuring Judith H. Bonner, Senior Curator and Curator of Art at the Historic New Orleans Collection who will speak on “Angela Gregory: From Paris to Port Allen” on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at Noon. Angela Gregory was an internationally known Louisiana artist with ties to West Baton Rouge Parish.
 
Presenter Judith H. Bonner, who has been with The Historic New Orleans Collection since 1987, has published widely on Southern art and art criticism. She is presently writing the foreword for Angela Gregory’s memoir, Sculpting the Future: Angela Gregory in Paris, 1925-1928, soon to be published by the University of South Carolina Press as part of the “Women's Diaries and Letters of the South Series.” Bonner is co-editor of the Art and Architecture volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, published in 2013 by the University of North Carolina Press and sponsored by the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi. For more than twenty years Bonner compiled an annual bibliography on Art and Architecture of the South published in the Southern Quarterly by the University of Southern Mississippi. She has taught at Xavier University of Louisiana and the United States Air Force Academy. Bonner has also curated numerous exhibitions at The Historic New Orleans Collection and at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

This event is FREE and open to the public.
Consignor of the Month: Stan Routh
Stan Routh is foremost an architect who loves to draw.  Give him a pencil, pen or even a stick and he’ll create a rendering that stresses line and texture, light and shadow, depth and three dimensional expression.  Stan is dedicated to recording faithfully, in scale and perspective, architectural and historical landmarks the way they are at the time he sees them.  His collection, Places People Remember, contains over 4,000 drawings.  Stan has won numerous awards and has been honored time and again for his original pieces.  Many of his works hang in private collections and museums. 

The West Baton Rouge Museum is proud of our association with Stan whose unique drawings and watercolors of West Baton Rouge parish monuments and landmarks will appeal to many a local history buff.  In addition to the items on display in the Store, Mr. Routh can be commissioned to illustrate your home, business or building.  If you’re looking for that unique gift item for the discerning history or architecture buff in your family, drop by the Museum Store and peruse the dozens of different Routh items on hand.  Shop for Mother’s Day gifts and the grad in your life.  The Store is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or 2:00-5:00 p.m. on Sunday.
The West Baton Rouge Museum is Proud to be a Partner with the Blue Star Museums Program
The West Baton Rouge Museum, in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts, will open their doors to military families, along with 270 other museums from 45 states around the U.S. Beginning Memorial Day, May 30th, through Labor Day, September 5th, military families can visit the museum FREE with ID.
The West Baton Rouge Museum's offices will be closed on Monday, May 30th for the Memorial Day holiday. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday!
845 N. Jefferson Avenue, Port Allen, LA 70767 225-336-2422 Ext.15
West Baton Rouge Museum @WBRM Museum Podcast






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