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The cultural world exploded in many ways in the early 1960s, with visual arts in the vanguard. Learn how art moved from the serious, emotional, and virtuoso style of the Abstract Expressionists to the flash, dash, and irreverence of Andy Warhol's soup cans and movie stars, Roy Lichtenstein's comics, and Claus Oldenburg's soft hamburgers. It's a change that has endured, affecting what we see in art museums and galleries today. Avril Angevine will share how the Pop explosion made art fun again in this Art Talk Tuesday.