Past Events › Lectures & Gallery Talks
Stroll the Museum’s grounds with Frederick Bonci, founding principal of LaQuatra Bonci Associates and Natalie Plecity, consulting landscape architect, for a tour of The Robertshaw Family Gardens that surround our new building. Learn about the native plants providing a palette …Find out more »
With a flamboyant personality that equaled his artistic skill, Salvador Dali captivated audiences worldwide with his surrealistic images. Fr. Robert Keffer, a Benedictine monk of Saint Vincent Archabbey and an artist with a special interest in 20th century art history …Find out more »
Landscape designer Alison Beeghly provides her view on the visionary and sustainable gardens of The Westmoreland, which take advantage of plants native to our region for a beautiful, natural look that evolves from season to season and from year to …Find out more »
At a Death Cafe, people—often strangers—gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death. A Death Cafe is a group-directed conversation with no agenda, defined objectives or themes. Kindly bring a handheld dessert like cupcakes, cookies or some fruit to …Find out more »
Take part in a conversation about the sculptures on view in the Cantilever Gallery. Bruce Weber is the author of the catalogue, A Timeless Perfection: American Figurative Sculpture in the Classical Spirit, which accompanies the exhibition of the same …Find out more »
Please note that this event will take place at Cecilian Hall at Seton Hill University (1 Seton Hill Drive Greensburg, PA 15601).
Presented by the Seton Hill University Diversity & Inclusion Office in partnership with the YWCA Westmoreland County, the …Find out more »