(Courtesy | Arlington Museum of Art)

Arlington, TX  (January 10, 2023) – Noted medieval historian and media personality, Dr. Kelly DeVries, will give a free talk at the Arlington Museum of Art as a part of the museum’s lecture series, Articulate. The lecture is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 26, 2023.

During his talk, DeVries will share his passion for medieval military history and technology. The lecture by DeVries at the Arlington Museum of Art coincides with the museum’s current exhibitionA Knight’s Tale, which features stunning, one-of-a-kind European arms and armor from the 1400-1800s. When the exhibit closes on February 12, 2023, it will return to its home in Florence, Italy at the Stibbert Museum.

While Articulate events are free, pre-registration is required because seating is limited. Tickets will not be available at the door. Advance tickets can be claimed now at arlingtonmuseum.org/event-tickets-kelly-devries-1-26-23

About Dr. Kelly DeVries

In addition to his work as professor of history at Loyola University Maryland, Dr. Devries has written a manifold of works on Medieval topics, including the solo work Medieval Military Technology and his most recent collaboration, The Battle of Crecy: A Casebook. He is also the President of the United States Commission of Military History and Honorary Historical Consultant for the Royal Armouries, UK.

Dr. DeVries has also been involved in a number of TV network series and is regularly featured on the History Network. He has been involved on and off-camera on programs including Forged in Fire, The History Chicks, Mystery Files, Barbarians and Barbarians II, History vs. Hollywood, The Dark Ages, and the YouTube series, Medieval Warfare with Kelly DeVries and Michael Livingston.

Event Details

AMA Articulate lecture series presents

An Evening with Dr. Kelly DeVries
January 26, 2023 at 6:00 pm
Arlington Museum of Art
201 West Main Street
Arlington, Texas 76010
Click for tickets: arlingtonmuseum.org/event-tickets-kelly-devries-1-26-23

Free parking is available in Downtown Arlington along West Main Street and in nearby public parking lots and the 101 Center parking garage.

About Articulate

Articulate is a collaborative lecture and soon-to-launch podcast series by the Arlington Museum of Art. It is dedicated to nurturing life-long art lovers, building community through conversation, and inspiring the next generation of creatives.

About the Arlington Museum of Art

Established in 1974, the Arlington Museum of Art is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to championing creativity and providing access to art for the educational enrichment and cultural development of our community. Learn more at arlingtonmuseum.org

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