The Literature, Arts, & the Environment Colloquium presents a panel discussion “Curating the Environment: Conceptions of nature in museums and archives” Friday, December 4 at 4 pm EST.
How has our collective understanding of the environment been shaped by cultural production? And how do works of art, literature, and design continue to inform how we interact with nature? In this panel, which spans time periods and genres, we invite curators and archivists to discuss how notions of the environment have been created, curated, and indeed cultivated by creatives and experts alike. Panelists include:
Yota Batsaki, Executive Direction at Dumbarton Oaks
Anna Burkhardt, Curatorial Assistant at MoMA
Chitra Ramalingam, Associate Curator of Photography and the Yale Center for British Art
Sponsored by the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund
Register for the event to receive the zoom link at: bit.ly/CuratingEnvironment