Second Saturday
Lecture Series & Art Project

Sponsored by Dagny’s Coffee Company

Saturday, October 12, 2019
Lecture: 10:30AM - 11:30AM | Art Project: 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Free to members | $5 non-members

In participation with Downtown Bakersfield’s Second Saturday events, BMoA’s Lecture Series returns with a new lineup of special guest lecturers and artists speaking on a multitude of art-related subjects. Also included with admission is an all-ages art project that explores the concepts and themes of the current BMoA Exhibitions.

This Month


Complimentary Refreshments
provided during lecture by
Dagny’s Coffee Company

Artist Lecture:

Natalie Arnoldi, Painter | BMoA Exhibiting Artist
10:30AM - 11:30AM

Natalie Arnoldi is an artist and marine scientist living in Central California.  Her work explores the fine line between abstract and figurative painting and the psychological effects of ambiguous representation. Arnoldi makes large scale oil paintings depicting a myriad of subjects, often with an environmental narrative, such as the paintings in the currently installed Of The Sea: Paintings by Natalie Arnoldi. Trained academically as a marine biologist, with a bachelors and a masters degree from Stanford University, Arnoldi has had over 50 paintings exhibitions. Arnoldi is currently pursuing a PhD in marine ecology at Stanford University studying with Dr. Fiorenza Micheli.

Art Project:

10:00 AM - 4:00PM | All Ages

Also included with admission is an all-ages art project that explores the concepts and themes of Arnoldi’s lecture.

Upcoming Programs

October 12
Natalie Arnoldi
Painter | BMoA Exhibiting Artist

November 9
Noé Montes
Photographer | BMoA Exhibiting Artist

December 14
Ron Lindgren
Architect and expert on the architectural designs of Edward A. Killingsworth

Programs subject to change.

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