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Online Roundtable: Race and American Sculpture

Class or Workshop

January 25 | 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm  

This online roundtable to presents new research in the American sculpture field. Please register in advance for this webinar – see the Event Website below for details.
“The Three Faces of Lafayette,”
Michele Bogart, Professor Emerita of Art History and visual culture at SUNY Stony Brook

“Medium and Myth in a Southern City: Plaster in the Studio of Edward V. Valentine and the Valentine Museum, 1865 – 2003,”
Kate Sunderlin, PhD candidate in Art History, Virginia Commonwealth University

“Naturalism: the American Bronze Body & the Public,”
Kelvin Parnell, PhD candidate in Art History, University of Virginia

“Critical Place Inquiry and the Virtual Exhibition,”
Meagan Anderson, PhD Student in the Art of the American West, University of Oklahoma

The Shape of Power: Stories of Race and American Sculpture, origin story of an exhibition,”
Karen Lemmey, Curator of American Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum

Venue Details:

Chesterwood

3 Williamsville Road
Stockbridge, MA 01262 United States
Phone:
(413) 298-3579

Host Details:

Chesterwood

Phone:
413-298-2023
Email:
[email protected]
Host Website

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