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James Dicke Contemporary Artist Lecture Series

The James Dicke Contemporary Artist Lecture, an annual series inaugurated in 2013, brings a leading contemporary American artist to Washington, D.C. to share insights and inspiration. The lecture, presented in honor of the museum’s former Commission Chair James Dicke II, is part of the museum’s ongoing commitment to celebrating living artists.

The James Dicke Contemporary Artist Lecture is held in the museum’s Nan Tucker McEvoy Auditorium, located at 8th and G Streets, NW. Lectures begin at 6 p.m.

2016 Speaker - Amy Sillman

Details coming soon!

Can’t make it to the museum? The James Dicke Contemporary Artist Lectures are all webcast live, so you can watch from afar.

View Past Artist Lectures

Mark Bradford, 2015
April Gornik, 2014
Inka Essenhigh, 2013

View the museum’s Webcasts Page for past and upcoming webcasts