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ReynoldaThursdays: American Moderns

Thursday, March 6, 4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

$5; Members/students/WFU and WFBMC faculty and staff free  


Hang out after hours at the Museum for music, refreshments, talks, and admission to American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O'Keeffe to Rockwell. At 6 p.m. Reynolda House presents Nature Essentialized: Art, Pottery, and Music with composer Kenneth Frazelle and potter Mark Hewitt, a conversation about abstraction, chance operations, and control in their respective art forms. Frazelle is a North Carolina native whose work has been performed by leading orchestras and renowned performers including Yo-Yo Ma and Odetta. Hewitt, ranked among the most highly acclaimed living potters, creates distinctive functional pots blending a variety of North Carolinian traditions.


This Thursday is Member-Guest night! Museum members can bring a friend for free. Join today and receive a Norman Rockwell gift with your membership!


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Learn more in a Modern Minute!  


When viewing Reynolda Moderns, visitors can use their smartphone to scan QR codes that link to brief videos sharing additional insights from Museum experts. From Reynolda House Executive Director Allison Perkins to Wake Forest University Art Historian David Lubin, the Modern Minute video series features experts applying unique lenses to each work of art.

Developed in conjunction with American Moderns 1910-1960: From O'Keeffe to Rockwell (February 7-May 4, 2014), Reynolda Moderns highlights the strengths of the Museum's collection and select loans of early 20th-century modernism.


Can't get to the Museum today? View all Modern Minute videos on the Curate Reynolda blog before your next visit.

Gallery Talk

On Thursday, March 6 at noon, hear Reynolda House's Phil Archer discuss art as a form of protest in context of Partisans: Social Realism in American Art, the exhibition on view in the West Bedroom gallery that closes later this month. This talk is free with Museum admission.
Museum Hack "Hacks" the Digital Wing 
With a taste for the weird, the scandalous, and the unexpected backstory, 
Museum Hack, a New-York-based business known for hosting museum experiences "for people who don't like museums," presents their favorite pieces of Reynolda's collection in this online gallery. Learn more about their choices in their own words on the Curate Reynolda Blog.
About the Exhibition

American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O'Keeffe to Rockwell has been organized by the Brooklyn Museum. Reynolda House is grateful for the generous support of major sponsors First Tennessee Bank, Wake Forest University, and the Charles H. Babcock, Jr. Arts and Community Initiative Endowment; contributing sponsors Mia Celano & Skip Dunn, Keith & Ruth Kooken, and an Anonymous Donor; and exhibition partners Claire & Hudnall Christopher, Linda & Ed Kelly, Macy's, and Judy & Bill Watson.

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Reynolda House Museum of American Art is one of the nation's premier American art museums, with masterpieces by Mary Cassatt, Frederic Church, Jacob Lawrence, Georgia O'Keeffe and Gilbert Stuart among its collection.  Affiliated with Wake Forest University, Reynolda House features changing exhibitions, concerts, lectures, classes, film screenings and other events.  The museum is located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in the historic 1917 estate of Katharine Smith Reynolds and her husband, Richard Joshua Reynolds, founder of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Reynolda House and adjacent Reynolda Gardens and Reynolda Village feature a spectacular public garden, dining, shopping and walking trails.