Gallery Conversation: Blue and White

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Cornelis Aelbrechtsz Keyser, Charger, 17th century. Tin-glazed earthenware. Museum purchase through the Harlan E. Moore Charitable Trust fund 1988-15-1
Cornelis Aelbrechtsz Keyser, Charger, 17th century. Tin-glazed earthenware. Museum purchase through the Harlan E. Moore Charitable Trust fund 1988-15-1

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Blue-and-white globular dragon vase (Tianqiuping), Qing Dynasty, Jiaqing (1796–1820) or Daiguang (1820–1850) period. From the Krannert Art Museum collection
Blue-and-white globular dragon vase (Tianqiuping), Qing Dynasty, Jiaqing (1796–1820) or Daoguang (1820–1850) period. Porcelain with enamel. Gift of the Class of 1908. 1966-14-1
Talk
Oct 25, 2018 - 5:30 pm
Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

Join us for a gallery conversation with scholars, artists, and collectors about the current exhibition Blue and White Ceramics: An Enduring Global Obsession.

Featuring Anne Burkus-Chasson, associate professor of Art History; Rimas VisGirda, artist and member of the International Academy of Ceramics; and Nicholas Zumbulyadis, art collector and independent scholar. 

This engaging discussion will be moderated by exhibition curator Maureen Warren, curator of European and American art.