11 am - Auditorium
Presented by the SBMA Docent Council, community speakers program. Please join docent Shirley Waxman as she presents a PowerPoint presentation on the museum’s special exhibit. This lecture explores the life of László Moholy-Nagy, the influences and materials that shaped his abstract, forward-thinking ideas. During the 1920s in Germany, he became an early advocate for the integration of art and technology. He believed that art had to become scientific, unrestricted, and technologically advanced in order to respond to the challenges of modern life. Everyone is invited to this dynamic presentation.