On Thursday, 26 September, Edward Hopper and I will cross the Connecticut River into New Hampshire. I’m giving a special lecture and slide presentation for ILEAD — the Institute for Lifelong Education at Dartmouth — on the campus in Hanover. It’s at 3:00 p.m. in Room 100 of Dartmouth’s Life Sciences Center, and all are welcome. You can find further details and a flyer with a location map on the ILEAD website.
Copies of my book, Edward Hopper in Vermont (University Press of New England, 2012), will be available for purchase, thanks to the Norwich Bookstore, and I’ll be happy to sign and inscribe a copy for you (or for your friends…the book is a great gift who anyone who loves Hopper and / or the New England landscape!).
I’ll be speaking about Hopper’s time in Vermont, of course, and for the Hanover audience I’ll also talk about his connections with New Hampshire. Yes, there are some…although Hopper did not do any paintings in the Granite State. With that, I’ll leave you in suspense, with the hope that you will come to hear my talk next Thursday!