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MHCAM Student Guides
Photo Credit: 

Laura Shea

Walter Williams (American, 1920–1998), Southern Landscape (detail), n.d., oil on board, 48 x 48 inches, Loan from the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland, College Park, Gift from the Sandra and Lloyd Baccus Collection
Friday
1
March
2019
4:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Performance
Music and Art: Removing our Rose-Colored Glasses
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

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
 

Martine Gutierrez (American, b. 1989), Line Up 5 (detail), 2014
Thursday
28
March
2019
5:30pm

Gamble Auditorium

Lecture
My Sis: An Artist Talk by Martine Gutierrez
Daniel Seiter (Austrian, 1649-1705), Saint Sebastian Tended by Saint Irene (detail), ca. 1680
Saturday
30
March
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Sinners and Saints: Exploring Morality in Art

Anya Nandkeolyar ’19, Student Guide

Unknown (American), Birds of Mary Lyon's Time parlor dome, 1845
Thursday
4
April
2019
4:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Gallery Talk
Faculty in Conversation: The Non-Human

Elizabeth Klarich, Five College Associate Professor of Anthropology, and Elizabeth Young, Carl M. and Elsie A. Small Professor of English

George Inness (American, 1825-1894), Saco Ford: Conway Meadows (detail), 1876
Saturday
13
April
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Out of Sight

Prokriti Shyamolima ’19, Student Guide

William De Morgan (British; English, 1839-1917), Iznik-inspired tile (detail), 1882-1888 design; 1898 production
Saturday
20
April
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
On Authenticity

Kiran Penman ’19, Student Guide

Masamitu Kano, also known as Eishunsai (Japanese, d. 1765), Six-fold screen with scenes from Tale of Genji (detail), mid 18th century
Saturday
27
April
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Performing Art(s): Capturing the Ephemeral

Hailey Simmons ’19, Student Guide