Regina Haggo – Saying it with Flowers

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An illustrated talk by Regina Haggo in conjunction with the Carnegie Gallery’s 23rd annual Secret Garden Tour.

Flowers and gardens have been used to various ends in art: to represent sacred symbols, to teach moral lessons and to convey sensual delights. This talk explores how artists through the centuries have developed these concepts.

Regina Haggo is an art historian, public speaker, and former professor of art history in New Zealand who also writes a weekly column about art for the Hamilton Spectator.

Tuesday June 7, 7-8 PM

Tickets $10 each
Available from the Carnegie Gallery.
(905) 627-4265
10 King St. W. Dundas
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