Our annual symposium on American art, inspired by the Museum’s acquisition of the Philip and Suzanne Schiller Collection of American Social Commentary Art 1930–1970, attracts top scholars from around the world. Each year the symposium focuses on a particular theme. This year in conjunction with our George Bellows and the American Experience
exhibition, we focus on groundbreaking American painter George Bellows, a Columbus native. The symposium takes place November 7–9, 2013, and also includes the Keith and Nadine Pierce Annual Lecture in American Art featuring music from Bellows’ time, and our annual Cunningham lecture, Reviewing George Bellows: The Critical Response
Charles Brock, Associate Curator of American and British Paintings, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. See the Art of Concern Schedule
for more details.
Admission to the symposium is $40 for CMA members, $80 for non-members, and free to students. Registration is not required, but is highly recommended. Art of Concern Tickets here
or, call (614) 629-0359 with your credit card information.