On Tuesday, April 20th from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST, Electric.Marronage’s Artist-in-Residence Rebecca Mwase will host a workshop on Matrilineal Memory: Mapping the Body Home. In this embodied workshop, Mwase will lead participants in mining personal stories to deepen their understanding and connection to their embodied memories of freedom. Registration on Eventbrite is required. This […]
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Slated to open April 5, this event was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From monumental headdresses of elderly mothers to sculptures that represent mythic female ancestors, this exhibition brings together nearly 40 objects from public and private collections to demonstrate how artists have represented the power of African mothers and used maternal imagery to […]
Ian worked with Homewood’s Assistant Curator Michelle Fitzgerald on Homewood’s Spring exhibition Naturally Beautiful: Uncovering Nature in the Nineteenth Century Home. Opening reception Thursday March 12, 5-7pm. Free for JHU faculty, staff and students. Space is limited. Please register at homewoodmuseum.eventbrite.com
Homewood Museum hosts Linnea Grimm, Director of Education and Visitor Programs at Thomas Jefferson’ Monticello. She will speak about how historic Monticello expanded tours to include historical representations of enslaved communities and interpret the difficult history of Sally Hemmings’ life with Thomas Jefferson. Free for all. Space is limited; please register at eventbrite.
Dr. Kingsley and Dr. Tervala talk about connecting and overlapping the activities of university and museum-based art history in order to challenge the discipline’s canonical narratives.
M&S and the Department of the History of Science, Medicine and Technology invited undergraduate and graduate students to visit the Mütter Museum and talk with Curator Anna N. Dhody and Director Robert Hicks about their latest exhibition Spit Spreads Death. Students also lunched with curatorial fellows from the American Philosophical Society and toured the museum’s exhibition Mapping […]
Paula Findlen, Stanford University, shares her most recent investigation of Ferrante Imperato’s Cabinet of Natural History in 16th-Century Naples. Talk is Tuesday, September 17, 5:15pm in the Macksey Seminar Room of the Brody Learning Commons. Co-sponsored by the Singleton Center for the Study of Premodern Europe.
Museums & Society will be hosting a brunch to welcome everyone back for the Fall 2019 semester! Also, please keep your eyes peeled for news of our upcoming workshop on provenance research and for our October trip to Philadelphia Museums!
Congratulations to M&S minor, and graduating senior, Julia Zimmerman on receiving the President’s Commendation for Achievement in the Arts which recognizes students in KSAS, the School of Engineering, and the Peabody Conservatory who made outstanding contributions in service to the arts! Julia has been active in the arts both on and off campus and, in […]
“Artist Talk with Kiana Beckmen” May 5, 2019 2:00pm Gilman 119 Human vs Infinity is an artist’s book that retells the story of the planet’s spiritual history from the Big Bang to the present. It engages with religious artifacts, symbols, and archaeological sites, negotiating a history which is both personal and global in an idiosyncratic […]