Food for Thought, the popular lunch and lecture series of The Farmers’ Museum and the Fenimore Art Museum, kicks off the 2010 season on Wednesday, May 12. All programs are held on Wednesdays beginning at noon at the Fenimore Art Museum or The Farmers’ Museum.
Food for Thought programs are a lunch and lecture series which offers visitors a more in-depth understanding of our exhibits and programs. All programs begin at noon on Wednesdays and include lunch ($15 for NYSHA members and $20 for non-members). Registration is required at least three days in advance. Cancellations without advanced warning will be charged. To reserve your spot, please call Karen Wyckoff at (607) 547-1410.
Food for Thought programs at the Fenimore Art Museum:
May 12 Virtual Folk: A People’s Choice Exhibition
June 2 Thirty Feet of Legend and Lineage
June 16 John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Praise of Women
June 23 In Our Time: The World as Seen by Magnum Photographers
July 7 Civil War Arms & Equipment: The New York Soldier
Food for Thought programs at The Farmers’ Museum:
June 9 New York State Barns
July 14 The History of Thrall Pharmacy
July 28 Phrenology in 19th-Century America