Kathryn Shields and the Drama of Identity

This evening (Thursday, December 1st), Art history professor Kathryn Shields will be presenting a talk at the Weatherspoon Art Museum from 5:30-6:30. It is called The Drama of Identity:  Masking in Contemporary Art. It is sure to be an interesting event, so hopefully Guilford will be well-represented. If you absolutely can’t make it, check back for Hand/Eye’s coverage of her presentation!

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  1. […] As Hand/Eye recently publicized, Kathryn Shields gave a stellar presentation on the subject of masking in contemporary art this past Thursday evening at the Weatherspoon.  Fortunately, an impressive Guilford contingent attended! Though I probably won’t do Kathryn’s research justice, I will try to provide a summation of her insights for the interested members of our community who could not be there. […]