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Tuesday, November 16, 5-6 p.m. via Zoom
Inaugurated on October 3, 2021, the Saint Louis Art Museum’s new exhibition, Art Along the Rivers: A Bicentennial Celebration, is unprecedented in its breadth, covering a thousand years of crafts and cultures in the Mississippi Basin through 150 artefacts.
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This unique project required close collaboration between curatorial and conservation teams at the museum, in order to treat, interpret, and display a variety of objects.
To understand these challenges, Amy Torbert, assistant curator of American Art, and Courtney June Books, assistant paintings conservator, both SLAM staff members involved in the project, will participate in a Zoom discussion/Q&A with University of Delaware students and faculty.
Courtney June Books
The event is open to everyone regardless of their academic program. It is generously supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with the goal of building ties between art historians and art conservators.
Presented by the Curatorial Track Art History Ph.D. Program