March 12SENIOR SESSION PAST PRESENCE
SPENCER MUSEUM OF ART, KEMPER FAMILY FOUNDATIONS BALCONY, 408
Sara Stepp, a PhD candidate in art history and curatorial intern at the Spencer Museum, offers insights into the ways that artists reckon with, reflect on, deconstruct, and reimagine history to make connections between the past and the present. Senior Sessions are designed for senior citizens but open to everyone.
March 26SENIOR SESSION PROVOCATIVE PERFORMANCES
SPENCER MUSEUM OF ART, SAM AND CONNIE PERKINS CENTRAL COURT, 317
Spencer Curator Kris Ercums explores the dynamic role of performance in Roger Shimomura’s artistic practice. In addition to showing digital recordings of performances, Ercums will also discuss connections with painting, prints, theatrical props, and ephemera on display. Senior Sessions are designed for senior citizens but open to everyone.
April 09SENIOR SESSION
SPENCER MUSEUM OF ART, LARRY AND BARBARA MARSHALL FAMILY BALCONY, 404
Join Spencer Curator Kate Meyer to explore three different variations of John James Audubon’s iconic series The Birds of America exhibited in Audubon in the Anthropocene: Works by Matthew Day Jackson. Senior Sessions are designed for senior citizens but open to everyone.