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ART History | “Focus On: Henry Ossawa Tanner” Presents New Insights Into the Practice of the Acclaimed American Artist at the Dallas Museum of Art

From The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) Exhibition Open Through January 2, 2022 The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) will exhibit two works by Henry Ossawa Tanner, presenting discoveries from a recent comprehensive conservation treatment and technical study conducted by the DMA with generous support from the Art Bridges Foundation. The findings contribute new insights […]

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ART Talk | Conversations With Crosby: Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie Bunch On American Heritage, Culture, And The Humanities

About Conversations with Crosby Conversations with Crosby is an ongoing series of discussions with special guests on the importance of our cultural institutions in preserving heritage and sharing ideas. IMLS Director Crosby Kemper will welcome the 14th Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Lonnie G. Bunch III, to discuss the depth and diversity of American stories, what […]

ART Archives | Storytelling: “A Finding Aid To My Soul”

Join SAA in celebrating the diversity and commonality of the archivist experience! Join SAA in celebrating the diversity and commonality of the archivist experience! Five storytellers—Sasha Griffin, Tricia Campbell Bailey, Hannah Palin, kYmberly Keeton, and April Anderson-Zorn—will share true stories about their unique, moving, serendipitous, mysterious, and often humorous encounters in the archives. This free […]

ART Talk | Center for Brooklyn History Talk: Indomitable Spirit: Civil Rights Leader Fannie Lou Hamer

Brooklyn History Talk Brutally beaten because she wanted to vote, Fannie Lou Hamer carried her fury to the 1964 Democratic Convention, where her searing speech opened eyes across the country to the violence perpetrated by Southern racists. In Walk With Me, Kate Clifford Larson traces Hamer’s remarkable life: her hardships, fierce commitment to justice, and the family and […]

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Public Domain | Cover Art: Dressing for the Carnival (1877) by Winslow Homer. Original from The MET museum. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel.

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