Curating Eurydice

Two figures stand on a lightly swatched painted street corner wearing winter clothes next to a multi-toned wall. The smaller of the two stands in front of a figure dressed in a tan coat who stands next to a green shaded car parked on a contrasting street of white and black
Jenny Snider, Shadow on the Wall, 1985, oil on canvas, Tang Teaching Museum Collection, gift of Dona Nelson, 2020.12.1
Join us on Wednesday, October 26, at 6:30 pm, as students in SSP 100: MythConceptions, taught by Associate Professor of Classics Dan Curley, present a curators’ tour of their Eurydice Turning exhibition. Compiled from objects in the Tang collection, the exhibition responds to themes and motifs from the upcoming JKB Mainstage production of Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice, directed by Lecturer of Theater Marie Glotzbach. The exhibition challenges visitors to find meaning in one of the most famous myths from classical antiquity.
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