Virtual Lecture | Bill Traylor

Virtual Lecture | Bill Traylor

In contrast to Grandma Moses, Bill Traylor died penniless, his artwork virtually unknown. This Alabama artist, born into slavery around 1854, produced in his later years a colorful outpouring of self-taught art. His work draws inspiration from the blues and the social conditions of the Jim Crow South. 


Virtual Lecture | Bill Traylor

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Photo: Jonathan Vanderweit 

January 12, 2023

6 – 7 pm

Ticketing Prices and Tiers: 

Series Pass 
Members: $120 
Non-members: $150 
Students: $75 

Individual Tickets 
Members: $13 
Non-members: $16 
Students: $9 

Ticketing Policies: 

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