Dr. Mungiello’s lecture series resumes with dates for Fall 2020

Local Artist and Professor Dr. Edoardo Mungiello will present two lectures during the run of the current exhibit.  Seating is limited.  Reservations are required; $10 per person.  Masks must be worn.  No Refreshments will be served.

Call 908-614-6195 for Reservations.

Cancelled : Saturday, September 26, 2020, 3-5pm: “A Town that Survived Itself”: Florence in the Age of Brunelleschi 1410-1450.

               Saturday, October 3, 2020, 3-5pm:  “Bend it to Our Awe or Break it All to Pieces”:  Bernini, Borromini and Rome.

Viral Art

Scott Zoeller is a driftwood artist. His wall hangings & sculptures are featured in this show. Robert Rich expresses the viral theme in three photos from his veiled series. Photographer Debby Szersin playfully explored the idea of a masking.

Mary Caruso Albert’s watercolors of Freehold remain featured in the lounge gallery.

Bring your kids in for a scavenger hunt of items within the artwork.

Show runs through September 6. Stop in! Browsers welcome. Face coverings required.

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“A Town that Survived Itself, Florence in the Age of Brunelleschi 1410-1450” Lecture by Dr Mungiello, date, time to be announced.

Dr. Edoardo Mungiello, Freehold fine artist, author, and Art History professor will continue his lecture series Artists and Their Cities with “A Town that Survived Itself, Florence in the Age of Brunelleschi 1410-1450.” Date and time will be announced.

Admission is $10 per person which includes the lecture and refreshments (BYOB). Dr. Mungiello is an engaging, informative and often humorous speaker who brings clarity of vision to every lecture. Seating is limited. Reservations are recommended but not required. You may reserve your place by emailing FreeholdArtGallery@gmail.com or call 908-614-6195.