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MHCAM Student Guides
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Laura Shea

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Oscar Kunath (German, 1830-1904), He Does Not Return (detail), 1867
Saturday
23
March
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
The Art of the Hidden Story

Sommer Byers '21, Student Guide
 

Unknown (Moche), Portrait head vessel, 200-500 CE
Saturday
2
March
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
The Disruption of Meaning
How the Travel of Art Informs Modern Viewing

Jocelyn Furniss ’21, Student Guide

Albert Bierstadt (American, born Germany, 1830-1902), Hetch Hetchy Canyon (detail), 1875
Saturday
23
February
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Discovering Hidden Conflicts in Art

Jessica Lazzar ’21, Student Guide

Unknown (British; English), Pitcher, ca. 1810
Saturday
16
February
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Living Objects
The Changing Faces and Functions of Art

Joliet Morrill ’21, Student Guide

Abraham Janssens (Flemish, ca 1575-1632), The Penitent Magdalene (detail), ca 1620
Saturday
10
November
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Through the Eyes of the Artist

Summayya Wagenseil '19, Student Guide

Student guide in the galleries
Saturday
27
October
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
(Don't) Touch: Texture in Art

Tori Gernert-Dott '20, Student Guide

Franco, Giuseppe; Giuseppe de' Monti (Italian, 1550-1628), Adoration of the Magi (detail)
Saturday
13
October
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Imagining the East

Mollie Wohlforth '19, Student Guide

Unknown (Italian; Sienese), Wedding chest (cassone) with painted panel showing the Death of Lucretia (detail), ca. 1465-1475
Saturday
22
September
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Private Lives in the Public Eye

Rachel Kim ’21, Student Guide

David III Ryckaert (Flemish, 1612-1661), The Temptation of Saint Anthony, 1649 (detail)
Saturday
21
April
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Wild Thoughts
The Strange, Innovative, and Unexplained

Juliana Cordero ’18, Student Guide

Hendrik Martensz Sorgh (Dutch, 1609/11-1670), An Inn Interior with Peasants, ca. 1641-1645 (detail)
Saturday
14
April
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
I See You
Expanding Empathy through Art

Mac Chambers ’19, Student Guide