Fall 2020 Krannert Art Museum Council Lecture and Luncheon

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Color photo of a smiling white woman in a grey dress and blue cardigan. She stands in a gallery with WPA prints installed at Krannert Art Museum.
Curator Kathryn Koca Polite, 2020. Photo by L. Brian Stauffer
Members
Oct 23, 2020 - 12 noon
Virtual event
Sponsored by the Krannert Art Museum Council

In lieu of meeting for lunch and a talk at the country club, the Krannert Art Museum Council has arranged for a special presentation by Katie Koca Polite, curator of Pressing Issues: Printmaking as Social Justice in the 1930s US.

Join friends for a virtual tour of the newest exhibition at Krannert Art Museum. To make a reservation for this event, please email KAMC President Sharon Williams, stating that you'd like to attend. She will forward the zoom details for the event in her response.

About the Presenter

Katie Koca Polite is assistant curator and publications specialist at KAM. Her new exhibition, Pressing Issues: Printmaking as Social Justice in the 1930s US, brings together work by printmakers who used their art to produce critical commentaries on issues and injustices plaguing the country in the 1930s. She will provide an overview of the exhibition and its themes by discussing prints from the Krannert Art Museum collection.