Art historian Bruce Weber will give a talk on the subject of the Historical Society of Woodstock's summer exhibit, “Bolt” – The Art and Times of Clarence W. Bolton, on Saturday, July 9 at 3 p.m. Dr. Weber has served as a curator at various institutions, including the Norton Museum of Art, the National Academy Museum, and the Museum of the City of New York, and has published widely in the field of American art. He has been focusing on the historic Woodstock art colony for the last several years as a writer, lecturer, and curator. Last autumn he curated the exhibition of Tomas Penning's sculpture at the Woodstock School of Art. To see some of his recent writings on the art colony go to www.learningwoodstockartcolony.com. Dr. Weber also authored an essay on Bolton's life and career that is available for purchase in the shop of the Historical Society.