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"Women and the Dreamwork" - The William Hammond Lecture on the American Tradition Facebook Twitter

  • Wexner Center for the Arts 1871 North High Street Columbus, OH, 43210 United States (map)

What if the history of art were taught as a history of women artists? Explore the timely and fascinating topic in this talk by award-winning curator, professor, and MacArthur Fellow Kellie Jones that considers work by a triad of practitioners: sculptor Elizabeth Catlett and painters Elizabeth Murray and Candida Alvarez. Representing American art though overlapping eras and concerns, these linked case studies provide an opportunity to think about how art history is taught now and the ways that the field might look different in the future.