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BEYOND ILLUSTRATION: MEANING & MEMORY THROUGH THE WORK OF HARVEY DUNN

  • Hunter Museum of American Art 10 Bluff View Avenue Chattanooga, TN, 37403 United States (map)

Join UTC literature professors Heather Palmer and James Arnett as they go beyond the illustration in an exploration of the images in our special exhibition “Masters of the Golden Age: Harvey Dunn and His Students.” In this participatory gallery discussion we’ll explore images of Dunn’s America and their meaning in the context of the America of his day.  This gallery exploration is open to all with regular admission.

(Detail) Harvey Dunn (1884-1952), “Buffalo Bones are Plowed Under,” c. 1940, Oil on canvas, South Dakota Art Museum Collection, Gift of the Artist
Earlier Event: September 16
HOMESCHOOL WORKSHOP: SPIN THE WHEEL
Later Event: September 24
ARTFUL YOGA: FLOWING INTO FALL