Re/frame: Childhood

Childhood is idyllic and brutal; it passes quickly but can feel never-ending. Experiences of childhood vary significantly according to one’s family situation and culture, and expectations of children and their formative years have changed significantly over time. Join us to see how some of the artists in the Henry’s collection have represented children and childhood.

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 see art rarely on public view.

Image: Eva Watson-Schutze, Portrait of a Young Girl, c. 1905. Platinum print. Henry Art Gallery, Joseph and Elaine Monsen Photography Collection, 2007.58.

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