Unpacking Form and Function: Jewelry

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Thu Jul 29, 12 - 1 pm
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Free
All Ages
"Join Associate Curator of Collections Dr. Ann Poulson and a host of experts as we take a close look at some fine examples of the design and decorative arts in the Henry’s permanent collection. Each week an expert will present works of their choice from the collection, examining them from their unique perspective. A question and answer session and casual discussion, in which everyone is invited to participate, will follow each presentation.

SPEAKER: JULIA HARRISON
Julia Harrison (UW MFA 2004) is a studio artist and anthropologist specializing in sculpture, jewelry, and carving. She has taught workshops around the country and has exhibited her work nationally and overseas. She recently completed a 7-year term on the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau and now lives in North Carolina as a Resident Artist at the Penland School of Craft. 
 
Admission is free. Space is limited. Once registered, you'll receive a link to join this event via Zoom.

CREDITS
Funded by the Guendolen Carkeek Plestcheeff Fund for the Decorative and Design Arts.
๐Ÿ“ท: China, Earrings, 1900-1939. Fabricated metal. Henry Art Gallery, gift of Helen Graham Park, 74.5-41, m1-m2." (Promo Copy)

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