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The Mint Museum's 26th Annual Regional Collegiate Art History Symposium

Mint Museum Randolph
2730 Randolph Road Charlotte, NC 28207
Phone: 704-337-2000

This annual symposium showcases undergraduate art history students' research on works of art or artists from The Mint Museum's diverse collections. Reception to follow the presentations.

This year's presenters include:

Amy Bareham | Queens University of Charlotte | 5 Things We Can Learn from Berenice Abbot.

Avery Close | Wofford College | To Be Someone and Not Something": Southern Women Artists' Quest for Education.

Camille Knudsen | University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Obscured by War: Female Contemporary Artists Question Japanese Society.

Kathryn Thoma | Winthrop University | Behind the Fig Leaf: Contemporary Women Artists and the Problematic Female Gaze.

Erin Yager | University of North Carolina at Charlotte | Eighty Years and Counting: The Mint Museum Randolph as Cultural Architect for the City of Charlotte in 1936.

Information & Amenities
Admission:Free
Facility Amenities:Accessible by Public Transportation, Parking on site
Location:Elizabeth
Type:Art, Lecture, Seminar & Workshop
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