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Members Mini Exhibition Tour

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

10:30am - 11:00am

Members Only

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Meet us in the galleries for an exclusive guided mini tour of selected works on view! Whether you're interested in exploring new perspectives or just enjoying some quiet time with the art- this members only benefit is sure to please! These brief 30 minute tours led by Dr. Patrick Shaw Cable, Deputy Director of Exhibitions and Education are offered on the third Wednesday of every month at 10:30 am.

This Month: This month's member tour showcases the rich artistic production of Marfa, Texas artist Julie Speed over the past five years including many recent works previously unseen from exhibit Julie Speed: East of the Sun and West of the Moon  touring from the El Paso Museum of Art in Texas. 

Don't miss it! 

 Upcoming Tours 

January 15: riverrun: New Works by Ray Kass 

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February 19: POP Power from Warhol to Koons 

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March 18: Judith Leiber Pop-Inspired Handbags 

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April 15: The Celestial Centennial: The Art and Legacy of Dorothy Gillespie 

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May 20: Homeward Bound:Juried Triennial

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Not a Member? Review full benefits and join online today at www.taubmanmuseum.org/join or contact Laura Conte, Membership and Patron Services Coordinator, at 540.204.4117 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Join Today! 

Capacity is limited- reserve your spot today!


Julie Speed (American, born 1951), War Room (detail), 2018, Gouache and collage, 46 ¾" x 36 7/8", Courtesy of the artist 

Dorothy Gillespie (United States, 1920-2012): Looking Glass for the Winter Palace, 2005; Enamel on aluminum, 90 x 41 x 6 in. Collection of the Taubman Museum of Art; Gift of the artist in memory of Earl V. Gillespie. 2005.026

 First place winner: Genesis Chapman, SAME PLACE, TWO YEARS APART-Kettle Holes, Bent Mountain VA, Christmas Eve, 2011 and 2013 (detail), India ink, graphite and silver-point on Yupo paper, Courtesy of the artist