Urgent Museum Notice

Student Perspectives: The Art of (Social) Distance

A black-and-white photograph shows the back of a woman as she crests a rocky path above a vast desert landscape beneath an expansive sky. Her traditional, ethnic full skirt, long-sleeved blouse, and long, straight, dark hair contrasts with the modern portable stereo she carries.
Join a virtual conversation about works in NMWA's collection led by graduate-level students.

Event Details

Event Date and Time

Sunday, Dec 06, 2020
11 am to 12 pm

Tickets and Reservations

Free. Registration required.

Event Location

Online

Explore NMWA’s collection from home.

Can’t make it to NMWA for Free Community Day on Sunday, December 6? Join us for one or both of our virtual Student Perspectives programs instead! Georgetown University students enrolled the graduate-level Museum Education and Interpretation course will be guest speakers and will facilitate thematic conversations about works in NMWA’s collection.

Registration for each time slot is limited to 30 people.

To request registration:

  1. Complete the registration request form for the session(s) you wish to attend.
  2. Within 48 hours of completing the registration request form, keep an eye out for an email that provides further information. The first 30 registrants for each session will receive a meeting link to join that time slot; others will receive notification that the program is full and will be automatically added to a waitlist.
  3. If you received the meeting link, hop online and follow the instructions to join the conversation at the designated time.

Register for other available times:


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