Art History Lecture Series with Rebecca Albiani
In this popular ten-part series, Rebecca Albiani presents a new season of lectures related to the exhibition Ties that Bind: American Artists in Europe and also explores topics that range from Italian Renaissance humanists’ views of love to art forgery throughout the ages. Join Albiani after Thursday night lectures for coffee and dessert.
SERIES PASSES ARE SOLD OUT
On a space-available basis, tickets may be available for purchase on the day of each lecture. See ticketing information to the right for details.
Educators: Continuing-education credits and clock hours are available through Seattle Pacific University (SPU). Payments for credit or clock hour fees are paid directly to SPU at the first lecture or studio class. Do not include payment for credits and clock hours with your registration. Fees for lecture series are $42 for one SPU credit and $20 for ten clock hours.
Registration: Advanced registration is required for lecture series and classes and is due two weeks before the start date of the series or class. To ensure registration a complete order form and full payment must be submitted. Registrations are processed in the order they are received. Space is limited.
Full series passes are sold for each art history series and are nonrefundable. Series passes are not interchangeable.
Individual tickets: On a space-available basis, tickets may be available for purchase on the day of each lecture. Tickets are released first-come, first-served. Individual tickets for each Thursday night lecture and reception are $11 members/seniors/students/teachers/artists; $16 nonmembers. Individual tickets for Friday lectures are $10 members/seniors/students/teachers/artists; $15 nonmembers.
Standby policy: In the event that all tickets have been reserved for a paid lecture, standby numbers will be distributed at the Information Desk on a first come, first served basis beginning one hour prior to the lecture. Should seats become available, numbers will be called out in front of the auditorium fifteen minutes before the lecture begins and remaining tickets will be sold.
Purchase Confirmation: Registration is confirmed by e-mail or mailed confirmation receipt. Series passes and information packets will be sent by mail two weeks prior to the first lecture. If registration occurs less than two weeks prior to the first lecture or class, passes and information packets will be available at Will Call on the first day of the lecture.
Cancellation: The Frye Art Museum reserves the right to cancel any lecture series or studio class. If the Museum cancels a series or class a full refund will be issued. If a participant cancels enrollment more than two weeks prior to the class start date, the participant will receive a full refund, minus a $25 processing fee. No refunds are issued with less than two weeks’ notice. To cancel a registration, participants must call 206 432 8200 between 9 am and 5 pm Monday–Friday.
Membership Join the Frye Art Museum and take advantage of member discounts. For a full list of member benefits and to join, visit Membership or call (206) 432-8227.
Questions? or (206) 432-8200.
About the Instructor
Albiani, a Seattle-based art historian, is a Ph.D. candidate in Renaissance art history, and received an M.A. from Stanford University and a B.A. from University of California Berkeley, where she majored in art history and spent her junior year in Venice. As a student, she was a graduate lecturing fellow at Washington's National Gallery and a Fulbright Scholar in Venice. Since 1997 she has taught the Frye art history lecture series.
SERIES PASSES ARE SOLD OUT