november, 2017

09nov6:00 pm7:00 pmArts Lecture by Dr. Amy Galpin6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Event Details

Join Dr. Amy Galpin as she examines art made in the United States across centuries.

This talk explores how artists shape, challenge, and communicate multifaceted representations of nature. In Time and Thought, nature is documented and constructed by varied artists ranging from Josephine Walters and Robert Henri to Alex Katz. The fragility of natural resources is emphasized daily; we can seek answers, and form new questions when looking at historic and more recent depictions of the American environment.

Amy Galpin is Curator of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum. Previously Galpin was Associate Curator, Art of the Americas at the San Diego Museum of Art. Her exhibitions for the Cornell Fine Arts Museum include: Fractured Narratives: A Strategy to Engage(Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 2014), Women and Abstraction (Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 2015), Jess Dugan: Every breath we drew (Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 2015), and Displacement: Symbols and Journeys (Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 2016).

Admission: Free with regular paid admission or Mennello Museum Membership


(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


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