Members Event: Object Lessons in American Art


Members Event: Object Lessons in American Art

Wednesday, November 9, 2022 @ 5:30 pm

Museum members are invited to join us over Zoom to explore Object Lessons in American Art, a traveling exhibition of works from the Museum’s collections that explores American history, culture, and society. Object Lessons asks fundamental questions about artistic significance, material properties, and changing meanings across time and contexts, with a focus on artisanship, patronage, socioeconomics, environmental considerations, gender, and race. Hosted by Karl Kusserow,  John Wilmerding Curator of American Art.

Please note that registration is required to attend this virtual event, which is open exclusively to members. If you are already a member, click here to register nowIf you are not currently a member, click here to register for a free membership.

A dirt path cutting through a dense green forest toward a large mountain range in the distance
Asher Brown Durand, Landscape, 1859. Princeton University Art Museum. Gift of J. O. MacIntosh, Class of 1902