Tuesday Tea Talks
Join us on the second Tuesday of each month to hear a wide range of gallery talks that highlight works in the permanent collection or in current exhibitions. All talks begin at 2:30 pm and are followed by tea and light refreshments in the East Gallery.
February 12 - Lucas Briffa, Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Academic Programs, will present a lecture on the response of artist Jackie Winsor to the minimalist movement and its relevance to ritual and performance.
March 12 - Ed Vermue, Special Collections Librarian, discusses the intersections between collecting library and museum objects as instructional devices that engage College students and develop understanding of book arts and the history of the book.
April 9 - Jim Swan-Tuite, Visiting Assistant Professor in Religious Ethics, will discuss Albrecht Durer's St. Jerome in his Study and theological developments in the Reformation.
May 14 - The annual Senior Tuesday Tea gives graduating Oberlin College students the chance to present on a work from the AMAM collection. Students will submit proposals, with the speaker selected by AMAM staff.