The summer colloquia series concludes with a look at Artists and the American Press: From “Harper’s Weekly” to “Rolling Stone” presented by Julie Dunn-Morton, Curator of Fine Art Collections. This talk will explore the variety of ways artists worked with American newspapers and magazines in the 19th and 20th centuries. From world-renowned cartoonists to fine artists drawing advertising art to pay the rent, artists have played an integral role in the American press. Tickets are $12 for Mercantile members or $15 for non-members. Seating is limited, and advance tickets are recommended. To purchase, print the order form from our website and return with payment to the address on the form, or phone 314-516-6740. Ample free parking is provided in the West Drive Garage.