Art Historian, Linda Zoeckler, will be presenting a fascinating evening of looking at important artworks and examining the social, technical, and political context behind the Industrial Age and the development of the Modern Art Movements. Everybody loves the impressionists but few fully appreciate that, in it’s day, it was radical art. Zoeckler, former head of the Huntington Art Reference Library and art history teacher at Golden West Collage will be the speaker at the Redlands Art Association’s program Tuesday evening, September 28 at 7 PM. She will show how art changed, as well as how art materials became available to the masses. The program, open to the public, will be at the downtown Gallery, 215 E. State Street. Free to RAA members; $3 per guest.