Re/frame: Animals and People - Session Two

 THU, JAN 21, 2021: 6:30 - 7:30 PM

*This program will be held via Zoom.*

Animals play significant roles in our lives as companions, food sources, agricultural workers, and dangers in the wilds around us. How do we relate to animals, and how do they relate to us? How do artists interrogate these relationships in their practice, and how has animal imagery been used to explore larger questions? Join Ann Poulson, the Henry’s Associate Curator of Collections, to discuss these questions and more as we examine a selection of works from the Henry's collection.

Re/frame is a recurring program that delves into the Henry's extensive collection, highlighting a different group of objects each month. Join us for group discussions and the opportunity to experience art rarely on public view.

Image:  Mary Willis Randlett, Untitled, (Helmi Juvonen), U.S., 1993. Gelatin silver print. Henry Art Gallery, Gift of Wesley Wehr, 86.5.

General Admission
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