||This symposium includes an exhibition talk with Heather Campbell Coyle, Curator of American Art; “American Moderns Lecture: What Modern Means” with Terry Carbone; and a presentation on conserving modern paintings with Mark Bockrath, Paintings Conservator at Barbara A. Buckley & Associates Painting Conservation. This program is in partnership with the University of Delaware’s Friends of Art History.
$35 (includes the full program and choice of lunch).
10:30 Welcoming Remarks, Professor Lawrence Nees, Chair, Department of Art History, University of Delaware
10:45 “A Thoroughly Modern Museum: American Modernism at the Delaware Art Museum” by Heather Campbell Coyle, Curator of American Art, Delaware Art Museum
11:30 Exhibition Visit and Lunch
1:20 Introduction to the Speakers
1:30 “What Modern Means” by Terry Carbone, Andrew W. Mellon Curator of American Art, Brooklyn Museum
2:30 “The Conservation of American Modernist Paintings” by Mark F. Bockrath, Paintings Conservator, Barbara A. Buckley & Associates Painting Conservation
3:30 Closing Remarks
This program is eligible for 3.5 clock hours of professional development credit for teachers. To receive credit, please follow the instructions on the registration form.