Amy Sherald: In ConversationVirtual
November 5 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The BMA is pleased to welcome American painter Amy Sherald as the speaker of its Annual Chenoweth Lecture.
Join us for a virtual conversation with Sherald led by Curator of Contemporary Art Hallie Ringle and our Manager of Public Programs Carey Fountain. Be a part of the conversation as we discuss Amy’s work, studio practice, her iconic portraits ,and her piece All Things Bright and Beautiful, which is currently on view in our Pizitz Gallery as a part of our All Things Bright and Beautiful exhibition.
Have a specific question you want to ask? When you register for the talk you will have the opportunity to shape the discussion by submitting a question. Questions will be compiled and included in the talk with the iconic portrait artist.
The Chenoweth lectures are endowed by Dr. Arthur I. Chenoweth as a memorial to his brother and parents. The purpose of the lectures is to encourage international understanding through the presentation of a variety of subjects by specialists in their fields.