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A Tradition of Change: How The Huntington Embraces History and Modernity, by Jim Folsom

About the Speaker

 Jim Folsom is the Telleen/Jorgensen Director of the Botanical Gardens at The Huntington.

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the Great Homes and Gardens Lecture Series

Escape Washington’s dreary February and immerse yourself in the stories of luscious garden estates.

Tuesday, February 3: A Visit to Château du Grand-Lucé: Restoring and Decorating a Great Country House, by Timothy Corrigan

Thursday, February 12: A Tradition of Change: How The Huntington Embraces History and Modernity, by Jim Folsom

Thursday, February 19: Visions of Vizcaya: A Passion for the Past, by Ian Simpkins

Thursday, February 26: Naumkeag: Garden Conservation as Fine Art, by Lucinda A. Brockway

 

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Lectures and Talks

Thursday, June 7, 2012 - 9:45am

Engage with people and ideas through programs that explore historic themes with contemporary thinkers. Encounter works of art up close in the intimate and personalized spaces of Hillwood’s Mansion and Gardens during gallery talks. 

Delve deeper into intriguing topics of art, fashion, design, and history with Hillwood’s curators, horticulturists, staff, distinguished experts, and international scholars, at study days, lectures and book talks.

Member Events

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 4:45pm

Membership at Hillwood offers more than free access to the estate and a Museum Shop discount. Members enjoy advanced reservations and discounts on programs and lectures, private receptions, and special member only events such as exhibition openings, tours, and field trips. Join the Hillwood community today!