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In collaboration with Slow Art Day, Museums intern and Art History undergraduate AnnaLivia McCarthy will lead a public discussion as part of the new "Art In Focus" conversation series. McCarthy will focus on Willie Cole's “The Ogun Sisters,” (2012). The work is currently on display as part of the exhibition, “Problem Solving: Highlights from the Experimental Printmaking Institute,” curated by Ph.D. candidate Galina Olmsted. “Art in Focus" will take place in Mechanical Hall Gallery this Saturday, April 14th at 2pm. There will be two additional installments of the conversation series with dates to be announced soon. 

Slow Art Day is an international day-long event aimed to encourage museum goers to experience art more slowly and make new discoveries. Patrons are encouraged to look at 5 works of art for 10 minutes each. In addition to UD’s Museums, several institutions will be participating. 

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The first installment of a new conversation series will take place in Mechanical Hall Gallery as part of Slow Art Day.

The first installment of a new conversation series will take place in Mechanical Hall Gallery as part of Slow Art Day. 

4/9/2018
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