Lectures by Dr. Tenley Bick and Denise Bookwalter
Museum of Fine Arts
Join us for an evening of lectures by Dr. Tenley Bick, Assistant Professor of Art History, and Denise Bookwalter, Professor of Art. Dr. Bick and Professor Bookwalter will discuss the exhibition 68:18 Student Protest in Print.
The democratic, ubiquitous, and graphic nature of the print medium has made it a potent tool for political change. Through February and March, the Museum of Fine Arts is hosting an exhibition of prints associated with the student protests of Paris in 1968 and Florida in 2018.
Dr. Bick is a scholar of global modern and contemporary art, with a focus on post World War II Europe. She has published extensively on cultural art history and the geopolitics of the 1960s and is currently teaching a graduate seminar on the decade. Professor Bookwalter teaches printmaking and book arts in the Department of Art and is the Director of the Small Craft Advisory Press. Her broadside responding to the student-led anti-gun protests of 2018 is included in the exhibition.