This event is part of Mondays @ the Museum lecture series.
Curator of North American & European Folk Art,
Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe
Christine Knoke Hietbrink
Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Mingei International Museum
Folk Art encompasses many varied and distinguishing factors, including roots in tradition, expression, and utility. Curator Laura Addison outlines Alexander Girard’s perspective on Folk Art, his collecting practices, and the design for his wing at the International Folk Art Museum. Curator Christine Knoke Hietbrink details a larger look at self-taught, vernacular and outsider art within the movement’s American history.
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The Mondays @ the Museum Lecture Series is sponsored by The Coeta and Donald Barker Foundation.
Image Credit: Poland set, Multiple Visions: A Common Bond, designed by Alexander Girard, 1982, Museum of International Folk Art. Photo courtesy MOIFA.