441 North Park Drive, Morton, MN 56270 info@renvillecountyhistory.com 507.697.6147

Art in the Cemetery

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Date(s) - 04/26/2018
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Renville County Historical Society and Museum

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‘Art in the Cemetery’ presented by Adrian Lee.  Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 7 PM in the Heritage Building on the Museum Grounds!  $5 per person and a non-perishable item for the Renville County Food Shelf.  Limited Space, please RSVP 507-697-6147 or via email director@renvillecountyhistory.com

Adrian Lee is a historian, author, radio host and paranormal investigator. In his talk, the Art of the Cemetery, he will outline the history of the cemetery and its evolution–explaining their layout and conception. He will talk about the symbolism, art and semiotics of the statues and gravestones, touching upon the history and art of angels. Adrian will use his own photographs taken from cemeteries and graveyards all over the world to illustrate his talk. If you love history, angels, art, and the macabre, with an informative and funny commentary, then you will not be disappointed.  “Cemeteries are the perfect location for historical study, they remain the same, kept in a vacuum and untouched by the hammer of modernity.”