Legacies and Possibilities of Museums Face to Face

A figure in a black dress watches people wearing various backpacks and shoulder bags, ascend the steps of a large stone building with imposing columns.
Carrie Mae Weems, When and Where I Enter the British Museum, 2006, 29 ½ x 19 5/8 inches, digital print, Tang Teaching Museum collection, gift of the Ann and Mel Schaffer Family Collection

Join us Thursday, April 27, at 6 pm, for an interactive tour with the student curators of Face to Face, an exhibition organized in the course Art History 325: “Decolonizing the Museum: Addressing Systemic Racism and Promoting Social Justice,” taught by Associate Professor and Chair of Art History Saleema Waraich. The event will address colonial legacies in contemporary museum practices and artistic and curatorial acts of agency and resistance.

Student Presenters:
Tori Adams ’24
Maddie Aho ’25
Adrian Antonioli ’25
Sasha Fishstein ’23
Chiara Garcia-Ugarte ’25
Eleanor Marks ’25
Ace Seltzer ’24
Martina Phelan ’25
Anna Stribrny ’24
Natalie Viebrock ’23
Augusta Williamson ’25

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