"America Responds: A Frist and Fisk Collaborative Gallery Tour"

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Thursday October 26

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12:00 PM  –  1:00 PM


America Responds: A Frist and Fisk Collaborative Gallery Tour

Part 1: Thursday, October 26, noon, at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Presented by Ginny Soenksen, curator of interpretation

Meet at the exhibition entrance


Part 2: Friday, October 27, noon, at Fisk University Galleries (Carl Van Vechten Gallery and Aaron Douglas Gallery, 1000 17th Ave North, Nashville)

Presented by Jamaal Sheats, director and curator of Fisk University Galleries

Meet at the Carl Van Vechten Gallery

Free | Reservations required. This reservation includes Part 1 and Part 2; Questions? Call 615.744.3355.

The Frist Center is proud to partner with Fisk University Galleries and Special Collections on “America Responds: A Collaborative Tour,” which will offer participants additional perspective on the artists who worked against the backdrop of war and global changes to society. The engaging guided tours include visits to both the Frist Center and Fisk University Galleries to explore three exhibitions of works by artists influenced and affected by the war. Visitors first will join Frist Center curator of interpretation Ginny Soenksen for a tour of World War I and American Art, and then visit Fisk University Galleries for Origins of Influence Part II: The Alfred Stieglitz Collection of Modern Art and World War I and the Great Migration.