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Curators’ Perspective Alma W. Thomas: Learning from the Artist-Educator

Presented by Frist Art Museum at Frist Art Museum, Nashville TN

Feb 24 2022
Curators’ Perspective Alma W. Thomas: Learning from the Artist-Educator

Alma Thomas with two students at the Howard University Art Gallery, 1928 or after. Black-and-white photograph. Alma W. Thomas Papers, The Columbus Museum

Presented by Seth Feman, deputy director for art and interpretation and curator of photography, Chrysler Museum of Art, and Jonathan Frederick Walz, director of curatorial affairs and curator of American art, The Columbus Museum.

Join Alma W. Thomas: Everything Is Beautiful co-curators Seth Feman and Jonathan Frederick Walz to learn more about the exhibition and how Thomas’s artistic practices extended to every facet of her life. Drawing from their essays in the accompanying catalogue as well as from the exhibition, Walz will present on Thomas’s marionettes and Feman will share more about Thomas’s teaching practice. This one-hour program will be presented on Zoom.

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