CAC Live: What House Museums Tell Us
Join museum expert and CAC Education Facilitator Paul Neumann as he looks at a broad array of house museums across the U.S., including Pabst Mansion, Glass House and Hearst Castle, along with Chicago’s Glessner House and Richard H. Driehaus Museum.
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Ranging from Federal to Modernist, from famous to obscure, house museums preserve and reflect the taste and influence of those who built and lived in them. They also play an important, if overlooked, role in our interpretation of history and architectural eras. Learn more about what these museums tell us at this insightful program.
Program Speaker: Paul Neumann
CAC Education Facilitator Paul Neumann has worked at the New-York Historical Society, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Frick Collection, and was previously Acting Executive Director at Pleasant Home, a historic house in Oak Park, Illinois. Neumann holds a BFA in Sculpture and Mixed Media from Virginia Commonwealth University and an MA in Museum Studies from Georgetown University.
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