In the early decades of the 20th century, two members of the famed Guggenheim family set about collecting art. They had no idea at the time that their activities would change the art world forever. Uncle Solomon and niece Peggy never cooperated, but the divergent paths they took led to the establishment of what is today a worldwide Guggenheim Museum “brand.” Sponsored by The Westfield Foundation.
Lunch reservations are needed by Thursday, January 7.
Program and Lunch: $8, Program only: $5, Member Price for Program and Lunch: $3.75, Member Price for Program: FREE