ArtBreak: Lunch & Lecture Program
ArtBreak: Celebrating the Landmarks
From providential start to creative adaptations to surprising future plans, M&G’s 70-year existence reveals a consistent focus and mission rooted in our history. Gain further insight to an internationally respected collection from a variety of speakers to understand the M&G of tomorrow—a museum intentionally designed to serve students of all ages and enrich the whole person—mind, heart, and soul.
Dates: 1st Thursdays at Noon, during academic year
Location: Room 104, Mack Building on the campus of Bob Jones University
- Member without Lunch: FREE
- Non-Member without Lunch: $5
- Member with Lunch: $12
- Non-Member with Lunch: $15
Registration: Click on the dates below to register. Lunch orders must be complete by noon on the Tuesday prior to each scheduled ArtBreak. Lunches are provided by Jason’s Deli.
Parking: reserved spaces will be available in the lot adjacent to the Mack building.
Topics & Speakers:
October 7, 2021: For Every Collection, There Must Be a Collector
The order form is closed for the October 7th ArtBreak; this event has reached space capacity.
Dr. Bob Jones III, M&G Board Chairman
November 4, 2021: Transition Years of the Collection: Daring to Be a Docent
former M&G docent panel with Jan Churdar, Mary Beale, Debbie Miller, and Tammy Strock
December 2, 2021: Dr. Bob and the M&G collection: Some Personal Reminiscences
Dr. David Steel, former curator from the North Carolina Museum of Art
February 3, 2022: Greenville, South Carolina’s Unlikely World Impact of Mills and Old Masters
John Nolan, Greenville History Tours
March 3, 2022: The Man Behind the Collection
Richard P. Townsend, independent curator and career museum director
Note: a new M&G catalog featuring 55 Old Masters from the Collection will be made available for purchase at this event.
April 7, 2022: What’s Next?: Expansion & Mission
Developer Phil Hughes and M&G Executive Director, Erin R. Jones