As part of an exhibition called Conversation Pieces, each Sunday the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art hosts a gallery talk about a work. Dr. Craig Prentiss, associate professor of religious studies at Rockhurst University, provides a reading of Ed Blackburn's Cain and Abel from a religious standpoint.
Kansas City, MO – Dr. Craig Prentiss, associate professor of religious studies at Rockhurst University, provides a reading of Ed Blackburn's Cain and Abel from a religious standpoint.
Conversation Pieces at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, July 11-September 28, 2008
A gallery talk takes place each Sunday through September 21 at 1:00 pm about a work on view.
From the Kemper's website: "Staged in a gallery full of chairs, tables, and a microphone, Conversation Pieces fuses eleven works of art from the Kemper Museum's permanent collection with eleven public talks. For each week of the exhibition, a different work of art will be on view and the focus of an informal presentation, facilitating numerous opportunities for informative exchange, lively discussion, and new discovery of the Museum's rich holdings."
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