Budd Hopkins: A Life In Art, A Conversation with Grace Hopkins

WhenTuesday, August 15, 6pm

Phone508-487-1750

Emailinfo@paam.org

Price$10 Museum admission (free for PAAM members)

ABOUT THE LECTURE

Grace Hopkins, artist and daughter of Budd Hopkins, will give an overview of the art, life and influences in her father’s work. Through a telling of history and anecdotes and displaying images you will get a closer look to the man and the artist.

GRACE HOPKINS

Grace Hopkins, originally from New York City, received a BFA from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts for Photography in 1996. She has worked in museums, college admissions, financial aid, and development for the past 20 years as well as exhibiting her own artwork. She is the daughter of Budd Hopkins, renowned abstract expressionist painter and April Kingsley, art historian and author. Grace is also the Director of The Berta Walker Galleries.

The Fredi Schiff Levin Lecture Series was established in 2003 in honor of the artist Fredi Schiff Levin who was a member of Provincetown’s arts community from the 1960s until her passing in 2002. PAAM gratefully acknowledges John and Toni Levin, and Liz Lovati of Angel Foods who make this program possible with their generous support. FSL lectures are free to members of PAAM or with the cost of Museum admission ($10). A selection of previous lectures can be viewed on our YouTube page.