Intimate Strangers: The Public University Meets the Queen of Experimentation
The Fralin Museum of Art at UVA and the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVA have teamed together to present a new program: Intimate Strangers. Because we believe that museums are conveners of big ideas, two knowledgeable individuals (one UVA faculty member and one member of the Charlottesville community) will each give a 20 minute talk to enlighten you on their area of expertise. The talks aren’t related, but let’s find out if ideas merge afterward during the Q&A session.
In this iteration, Louis Nelson will address what it means for a university to be public and Jennifer Tidwell will discuss what it means to experiment. Registration is required; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. This program will take place at the Fralin Museum of Art.