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Some of the UD participants at PAFA's Scholars' Day

​​​​A number of UD Art History professors, students, and alumni were in attendance at the Scholars' Day at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts on March 14, 2016, which was held in conjunction with Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis​. This exhibition is the first major museum retrospective of the artist's work. The Scholars' Day included a curator's tour with Ruth Fine, and moderated discussions on "Abstract Expressionism and Black Politics," and "Teaching Lewis in the Academy."

Participants included Professors Lawrence Nees and Jason Hill, Julie McGee (Curator of African American Art, University Museums, University of Delaware), current Ph.D. candidates LaTanya Autry and Margarita Karasoulas, along with alumni Anna O. Marley (Curator of Historical American Art, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts), Mark Cole (Curator of American Painting and Sculpture, Cleveland Museum of Art), and Anne Monahan (Chester Dale Fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art).

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Professors Lawrence Nees, Jason Hill, and Julie McGee were among those attending the event, held in conjunction with the exhibition "Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis"

Professors Lawrence Nees, Jason Hill, and Julie McGee were among those attending the event, held in conjunction with the exhibition Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis​​​​​

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