Panel Discussion: Nature, Art, and the Subjectivity of Color

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Panel Discussion: Nature, Art, and the Subjectivity of Color

Middle or Late Horizon Ica (?). Ullujaya, Lower Ica valley, South coast, Peru. Miniature feather tunic, ca. A.D. 1100–1300. Princeton University Art Museum, Bequest of Gillett G. Griffin
Date
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Time
5:30 PM
Location
McCormick 101

This interdisciplinary panel considers the significance of color across cultures and species. With Mary (Cassie) Stoddard, assistant professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Bryan Just, Peter Jay Sharp, Class of 1952, Curator and Lecturer in the Art of the Ancient Americas; Elaine Ayers, assistant professor of Museum Studies, New York University; and Catherine Riihimaki, associate director of the Council on Science and Technology. A reception in the Museum will follow.