in the foreground: object Studies
The Research and Academic Program presents In the Foreground: Object Studies. Each of these short ten-minute meditations will introduce you to a single work of art seen through the eyes of an art historian, from graduate students in the Williams Graduate Program in the History of Art to our senior Clark fellows.
OBJECT STUDIES SEASON 2
“Touching at a Distance”: Ellen Tani on Nadine Robinson’s Coronation Theme: Organon
“An Allegory of Representation”: Byron Otis on Gabriel Metsu’s View into a Hall with a Jester, a Boy, and his Dog
“From Imitation to Evolution”: Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen on Georges Seurat’s A Sunday on La Grande Jatte—1884
“An Expression of the Poetic Self”: Yuefeng Wu on the Stele Inscription of the Jiu-Cheng Palace
“A Picture of Resilience”: Ashley Lazevnick on Charles Demuth’s Red Poppies
“A Mechanism For Survival”: McClain Groff on nibia pastrana santiago's NO MORE EFFORTS
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Listen to Object Studies season 1
In the Foreground: Object Studies is created and produced by Caitlin Woolsey, with additional support provided by Annie Jun, Caro Fowler, and Jessie Sentivan, editing and musical interludes by John Buteyn, and theme music by lightchaser.
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