2006 Programs

TuesdayJan 10
Lions & Eagles & Bulls: Early American Tavern and Inn SignsSusan Schoelwer, Director of Museum Collections, Connecticut Historical Society Museum
TuesdayFeb 14
Blueprints for Modern Living: LA in the 50s and 60sElizabeth A. T Smith, Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art
TuesdayMar 14
TuesdayApr 11
The Art of the Garden, IndoorsPeter Brown, Curator, Fairfax House
TuesdayMay 9
Gambling Collectors: Chippendale Furniture and its Revival in America During the 1890sThomas Michie, Curator of Decorative Arts, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
TuesdayJun 13
Carpets and Colors in the American Home, 1800–1900Jean Dunbar, Preservation Scholar/Consultant, Lexington, VA
TuesdayJul 11
On the Walls: Window Treatments in the American Home, 1750–1900Natalie Larson, Historic Textile Furnishings Specialist, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
TuesdayAug 8
Of Show and Splendour: Charleston’s Federal InteriorsRobert Leath, Vice President of Collections and Research, Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts
TuesdaySep 12
Imports and Industry: Glass Made and Used in Early AmericaMary Cheek Mils, Manager of School and Docent Programs, Corning Museum Of Glass
TuesdayOct 10
TuesdayNov 14
TuesdayDec 12
'Cups that Cheer': Tea Drinking in Early AmericaBeth Wees, Metropolitan Museum of Art