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Fresno Art Museum


address  2233 N. First St.
 Fresno, CA  93703
phone (559) 441-4221
hours Thu.-Sun. 11 am-5 pm
general adm $10, $5 ages 6-17, free to ages 5 and under
www.fresnoartmuseum.org

Upcoming Events

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 7/22/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 7/22/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 7/22/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 7/22/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 7/22/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Sun 7/23/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 7/23/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 7/23/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 7/23/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 7/23/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 7/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 7/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 7/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 7/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 7/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 7/28/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 7/28/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 7/28/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 7/28/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 7/28/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 7/29/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 7/29/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 7/29/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 7/29/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 7/29/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Sun 7/30/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 7/30/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 7/30/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 7/30/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 7/30/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 8/3/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 8/3/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 8/3/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Thu 8/3/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 8/3/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Fri 8/4/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/4/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/4/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/4/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Fri 8/4/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Sat 8/5/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 8/5/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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 • Sat 8/5/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 8/5/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 8/5/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/6/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/6/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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 • Sun 8/6/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/6/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/6/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 8/10/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Thu 8/10/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Thu 8/10/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Thu 8/10/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Thu 8/10/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Fri 8/11/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Fri 8/11/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/11/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/11/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/11/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Sat 8/12/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 8/12/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 8/12/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 8/12/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 8/12/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/13/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 8/13/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 8/13/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 8/13/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sun 8/13/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 8/17/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 8/17/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 8/17/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Thu 8/17/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Thu 8/17/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Fri 8/18/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/18/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/18/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/18/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/18/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Sat 8/19/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 8/19/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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 • Sat 8/19/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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 • Sat 8/19/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
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 • Sat 8/19/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Sun 8/20/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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 • Sun 8/20/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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 • Sun 8/20/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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 • Sun 8/20/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/20/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 8/24/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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 • Thu 8/24/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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 • Thu 8/24/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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 • Thu 8/24/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Thu 8/24/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Fri 8/25/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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 • Fri 8/25/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Fri 8/25/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Fri 8/25/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 8/25/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Sat 8/26/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 8/26/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 8/26/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Sat 8/26/17 at 11am-5pm 

Tell Me a Story

Museum, Art Show, Drawings/Works on Paper, Children
"Tell Me a Story" is an exhibition organized to directly relate to the storybooks read by third-graders throughout the Fresno Unified School District. It includes the original artwork of six illustrators selected for their unique and appealing visual interpretations of stories based on legends, folk tales and social issues. The artists included are Michael Allen Austin ("Martina the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale"), Pascal Biet ("Wolf!"), Colin Bootman ("Finding Lincoln"), Perky Edgerton ("Bravo Tavo!"), G. Brian Karas ("Clever Jack Takes the Cake") and Boris Kulikov ("The Castle on Hester Street"). Combined, the represented stories illustrate many character building qualities: courage, determination, perseverance, resourcefulness, truth, the value of friendship, supporting tolerance and literacy, and overcoming impossible odds or misfortune with positivity.
• Kid Friendly
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 8/26/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Sun 8/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Maurice Cohen: Order in Complexity

Museum, Art Show, Painting
Maurice Cohen is an internationally known artist who lives in both Fresno and Paris. He has won coveted awards in France for his Expressionist paintings. Cohen is also professor emeritus of mathematics at Fresno State, professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Bioengineering Graduate Group at the University of California, Berkeley and at UCSF. The paintings exhibited here are exceptional examples of his Impressionist and Abstract styles. Cohen is acknowledged for his combinations of colors modeled with a knife, imagery that emerges from the compositional movement he achieves, and his command of painterly styles.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions

Gallery, Museum, Art Show
A primary focus of the Fresno Art Museum is the maintenance and growth of our Permanent Collection. As a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, we are held to the highest standards protecting this public trust. Recently accessioned selections from our collection will be shown in the Lobby and Concourse Galleries. These artworks are held for the benefit of the public, and we are delighted to present a portion of them this exhibition season.
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Event Info: (559) 441-4221
Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Nancy Youdelman: Fashioning a Feminist Vision 1972-2017

Museum, Art Show
Fresno-based artist Nancy Youdelman is acknowledged as an original member of the feminist art movement that began five decades ago at her alma mater, California State University, Fresno, under the tutelage of Judy Chicago. Fashioning a Feminist Vision is a retrospective exhibition of Youdelman’s artistic career and encompasses the 45 years between 1972 and 2017. Exhibition Curator Michele Ellis Pracy has selected 56 pieces, divided by decade, to illustrate the development of the artist’s oeuvre beginning with her time as an art student in the early 1970s to her current command of her feminist vision as an established artist today.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Leslie Batty: Redress

Museum, Art Show
In her newest body of work, Leslie Batty considers the subject of American feminine identity within the current political climate, addressing notions of “otherness” and conventional gender roles. Imagery of sewing and garments act as metaphor for identity, history, and culture in these paintings and collages, which aim to redress our assumptions of what it means to be “We the People.”
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sun 8/27/17 at 11am-5pm 

Cal Opera: Festival Artists Showcase

Opera, Children's Theatre
Cal Opera’s Fairy Tale Summer Opera Festival presents its annual Festival Artist Showcase. International opera artists perform their signature arias and musical favorites from around the world, introducing the festival's fairy-tale opera theme, including highlights of "Hansel and Gretel," Engelbert Humperdinck's fairy-tale opera, arranged for children and narrated in English.
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Event Info: (559) 225-6737
Ages: All ages
Price: Free
Free
Event Website: californiaopera.org
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 • Sun 7/23/17 at 2pm-4pm 

Cal Opera: Little Red Riding Hood

Opera, Children's Theatre
Cal Opera’s Fairy Tale Summer Opera Festival presents "Little Red Riding Hood." The European fairy tale about a young girl and a Big Bad Wolf is composed by Seymour Barab, and is coupled with the comedic operetta “La Divina.”
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Ages: All ages
Price: Free
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Event Website: californiaopera.org
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 • Sun 7/30/17 at 2pm-4pm 

Cal Opera Festival Finale Showcase: Operalia

children’s theater; comedy; musical; music; opera; drama; performance; classical
Cal Opera’s Fairy Tale Summer Opera Festival presents the festival finale showcase, "Operalia." Embrace the drama and brilliance that has made opera one of the most exciting and fulfilling experiences, with emerging opera stars and rising young talents sharing the stage with opera greats, including Manon Lescaut, showcasing the music and vocal artistry in an intimate concert-style setting.
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Ages: All ages
Price: Free
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Event Website: californiaopera.org
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 • Sat 8/5/17 at 2pm-4pm 

Council of 100 Distinguished Woman Artist 2017: Joan Schulze

Art Show, Museum, Mixed Media
The Fresno Art Museum Council of 100 chose Bay Area artist Joan Schulze as the Distinguished Woman Artist 2017. Schulze describes her work: "At the heart of my work, whether it be quilts, collages, or books, is the transformation of fabric and paper in layered constructions. Improvising during the painting, image-transfer processes and collaging of materials, while chasing an idea at hand creates adventure in the studio—thoughts are made visible."
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
Event Website: http://www.fresnoartmuseum.org
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 • Fri 9/22/17 - Sun 9/24/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 9/28/17 - Sun 10/1/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 10/5/17 - Sun 10/8/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 10/12/17 - Sun 10/15/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 10/19/17 - Sun 10/22/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 10/26/17 - Sun 10/29/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 11/2/17 - Sun 11/5/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 11/9/17 - Sun 11/12/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 11/16/17 - Sun 11/19/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Fri 11/24/17 - Sun 11/26/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 11/30/17 - Sun 12/3/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 12/7/17 - Sun 12/10/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 12/14/17 - Sun 12/17/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 12/21/17 - Sun 12/24/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 12/28/17 - Sun 12/31/17 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 1/4/18 - Sun 1/7/18 at 11am-5pm 

2018 Barsam Photography International: California Nature

Art Show, Museum, Photography
In recognition of the legacy of local photographer Hanna S. Barsam, the Fresno Art Museum hosts a biennial photography exhibition with the support of the Hanna S. Barsam Estate Funds of the Central Valley Community Foundation. Guest curated by Jay Belloli, former director of the gallery programs at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, the theme of the 2018 Hanna S. Barsam Photography Invitational is "California Nature." Each photographer selected by Belloli explores the natural California environment as captured through a lens. Just as Barsam was known for his innovative and often avant-garde approach to photography, this invitational showcases photographers who push the envelope with regards to technique and subject matter.
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Price: $10, $5 ages 6-17, free under 6 and members
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 • Sat 1/27/18 - Sun 1/28/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 2/1/18 - Sun 2/4/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 2/8/18 - Sun 2/11/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 2/15/18 - Sun 2/18/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 2/22/18 - Sun 2/25/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 3/1/18 - Sun 3/4/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 3/8/18 - Sun 3/11/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 3/15/18 - Sun 3/18/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 3/22/18 - Sun 3/25/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 3/29/18 - Sun 4/1/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 4/5/18 - Sun 4/8/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 4/12/18 - Sun 4/15/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 4/19/18 - Sun 4/22/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 4/26/18 - Sun 4/29/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 5/3/18 - Sun 5/6/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 5/10/18 - Sun 5/13/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 5/17/18 - Sun 5/20/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 5/24/18 - Sun 5/27/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 5/31/18 - Sun 6/3/18 at 11am-5pm 
 • Thu 6/7/18 - Sun 6/10/18 at 11am-5pm