Into the Vaults with Director Dean Sobel, Part II – Clyfford Still Museum

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CSM Director Dean Sobel during a dress rehearsal for Into the Vaults, Part II

Into the Vaults with Director Dean Sobel, Part II

Mon, Aug 17, 2020, 12:30–1:15 pm
Venue: Clyfford Still Museum
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Back by popular demand! Earlier this summer, Clyfford Still Museum Director Dean Sobel took CSM members on an exclusive, virtual tour of one of CSM’s south painting vaults. In August, join us for a free, 45-minute, virtual tour into the secret depths of CSM’s north painting storage vaults. Sobel will take us behind the scenes to show us what storage is like and what Patricia Still envisioned for the space. Sobel will pull out painting racks to share some paintings that have never been displayed at the Museum (and why!), collection curiosities, and some of his own personal favorites. Following his tour, there will be an opportunity to ask questions. If you would like to submit your questions in advance, please send them to education@clyffordstillmuseum.org.

Register in advance to join us online or over the phone at 12:30 p.m. MDT on August 17, 2020. Register for the Zoom meeting here. Live captioning will be provided. If you do not have access to Zoom, please join us for a livestream of the tour on the Museum’s YouTube channel.

About Dean Sobel
CSM director since 2005, Sobel is presently finishing a major exhibition on Still’s late works, planned to open in September 2020.

Man wearing a mask looks closely at a painting

Dean Sobel looks closely at a painting during a rehearsal for Into the Vaults, Part II

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