April 24th • 6:00p
The Sheppy Dog Fund Lecture is an informative annual speaker series that addresses art, religion and history prior to the 19th century presented by leading scholars in their field.
Previous Sheppy Dog Fund lectures
Rembrandt's Images of Jesus & the Jewish Community of Amsterdam
Presented by Dr. Shelley Perlove, Professor of Art History at the University of Michigan, Dearborn.
Still Life in Real Time: Reflections in and on Dutch Still Life
Presented by Dr. Celeste Brusati, Department of the History of Art, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
The Binding or Sacrifice of Isaac
Presented by Dr. Shalom Sabar, Professor of the History of Art, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The series was established in 2011 by Dr. Alan Klein, donor advisor of the Sheppy Dog Fund. Dr. Klein, DDS, attended medical school at New York University's College of Dentistry and graduated in 1976. He has been in private practice for 33 years with a specialty in Pediatric Dentistry and provides treatment for very young children with extensive needs and those children with special needs and is affiliated with Hurley Medical Center and Genesys Health System. In addition, Dr. Klein received a law degree from Cooley Law School in 1986 and a Master's in Tax Law from Wayne State University in 1996.
Dr. Klein's philanthropic support also extends to programs that address the creative development and welfare of children. A recent commitment to the FIA's Education Department will help fund early childhood programs including a partnership with Head Start programs in Flint.
Dr. Alan Klein
The Sheppy Dog Fund Lecture has been established to address the topics of art, religion and history prior to the 19th century, funded annually by the Sheppy Dog Fund, Dr. Alan Klein, Advisor.