Lunch-time at LeMay will explore ‘If Cars Could Talk’

Lunch-time at LeMay will explore ‘If Cars Could Talk’

LeMay - America’s Car Museum launches its adult brown-bag lunch series Tuesday.

On November 4, Doug McDonell will discuss automotive ornamentation | LeMay museum photos

On November 4, Doug McDonell will discuss automotive ornamentation | LeMay museum photos

LeMay – America’s Car Museum launches its adult brown-bag lunch series Tuesday. The theme for the first-two lectures in the first-Tuesday series is “If Cars Could Talk.”

Talking in behalf of cars this week is Scott Keller, the museum’s chief curator, whose presentation is titled: Cars as Metal Art, Part 1: Automotive Body Sculpting.

Scott Keller talks Tuesday about automotive sculpture

Scott Keller talks Tuesday about automotive sculpture

On November 4, Doug McDonnell, one of the museums educator docents, follows up with Part 2: Automotive Ornamentation.

The speaker December 2 will be Gerald Greenfield, head judge for the Pacific Northwest Concours d’Elegance.

The lunch-time lectures run from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Visitors can bring a brown-bag lunch from home, buy lunch at the museum’s Classic Cafe, or just sit and listen.

In conjunction with McDonnell’s presentation and Metal-Urge, a community event to encourage the metal arts, the museum’s Family Zone is staging a hood ornament design contest in October and November, with prizes for the best ornaments.

The LeMay is located in Tacoma, Washington.

 

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