LECTURE – Making Faces

historical portrait


An illustrated talk by Regina Haggo.

A self-portrait conveys more than a likeness. Artists have also used self-portraits to say: “This is what I do. This is what I believe in.” In this illuminating talk, Haggo looks at a lesser-known body of paintings — self-portraits by women over the centuries.

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, March 13, 7-8pm

Tickets: Members $10, Non-members $12
Available at the Carnegie Gallery.
(905) 627-4265
10 King St. W. Dundas

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