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A Tour of the World in Six Artworks
November 19th: "Picturing Freedom: Photographer Augustus Washington's Imaging of a Black Republic"
Dalila Scruggs, museum educator at the Brooklyn Musuem, will focus on a daguerreotype by African-American early photographer Augustus Washington.

December 10th: "Frida Kahlo's Two Fridas: Crafting Paintings and Multiple Identities"
Baruch Professor of Art History Gail Levin will speak about the work of Frida Kahlo.

February 11th: “Weaving Time: Cecilia Vicuña’s Disappeared Quipu”
Melanie Mariño of Cooper Union will introduce us to the work of contemporary Chilean textile artist Cecelia Vicuña.

March 4th: The Green Tara sculpture from 13th century Tibet, viewable at the Rubin Museum, will be discussed. Presented by Nitin Ron, a docent at the Rubin Museum.

April 15th: Heping Liu, Professor of Art History at Wellesley College, will introduce us to a landscape painting from the Song Dynasty in China, by the Imperial Painting Academy master Guo Xi, dated 1072, now in the National Palace Museum of Beijing.

May 6th: Vanessa Troiano, doctoral candidate in art history at the CUNY Graduate Center, will present on JP Morgan and the Stavelot Triptych, and Morgan's enduring commitment to fine arts through the foundation of the Morgan Library.
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