Edward Hopper's New York (via Zoom)
New York City was artist Edward Hopper's home for nearly six decades, from 1908 to 1967-a period that spans his entire mature career and coincides with a historic time of urban development. Currently on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Edwards Hopper's New York highlights a painter who poetically captured the isolation and detachment of modern life and remains one of the country's most honored artists. Professor and art historian Mary Vahey will provide an overview of this timely exhibit. Registration is underway.