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This year's ZMA Last Wednesday Lunch program will be virtual but LIVE! Please join us on the last Wednesday of each month at 12:30 pm for a presentation via Zoom. Each provocative talk will explore unique connections or underpinnings to exhibitions on view this fall. We look forward to hearing from the following wonderful scholars and artists about their amazing projects.
- On January 26, 2022, JoyEllen Williams, Special Collections Curator for KSU Museums, Archives, and Rare Books, will share a presentation on the materials in the Cherokee collection, how it came to be, and goals for its expansion.
- On February 23, 2022: Kayte Terry, ZMA Project Wall East exhibiting artist will share a presentation on her work examining the literal and figurative boundaries of the body. Through photography, video, collage, installation, and object-making, Terry unravels issues of illness, family, memory, longing, and loss.
- On March 30, 2022, In association with the exhibition, In Conversation: The Fluid and The Concrete, visual artist Kyle Holland will discuss the field of contemporary book arts as it relates to the disciplines of letterpress printing and hand papermaking. He will present his own works and works by other artists that activate handmade paper as a substance and substrate by creating physical connections to place or by recycling objects that have memories, stories, and experiences associated with them into paper.
- On April 27, 2022, Cynthia Nourse Thompson, ZMA Director of Curatorial Affairs, will discuss the exhibitions In Conversation: The Fluid and The Concrete and Leonardo Drew: Cycles, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation and their connection to the process of hand papermaking.
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