Gallery Talk on Inuit Prints and Sculptures
Gallery Talk on Inuit Prints and Sculpture by Members Services Manager Dr. Teresa Wilkins, followed by a reception.
Dr. Teresa Wilkins joined the MFA in 2014 after serving as the Assistant Curator in the Department of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas for the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University Bloomington. She has also been Exhibits Coordinator at the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum in Clewiston.
Among the exhibitions she has curated are Seminole Music: To Sing as a Group – Multiple Voices of Seminole Music, Cultures in Flux: Art of the Pacific Northwest, and Youth, Dancing, and Joy: Photographs by Malick Sidibe. She has written catalogue essays, including on Inuit art, and has presented papers at the College Art Association Annual Conference and the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.
Dr. Wilkins holds her BA magna cum laude in non-Western art history from the University of South Florida, where she was a Presidential Scholar; her MA in Pacific art history from the University of Hawaii at M–anoa; and her PhD in non-Western art history from Indiana University Bloomington.
The Gallery Talk is free with MFA admission.
Image: Peter Morgan, A-TA-TA! MY FINGER!, 1975, Stonecut/Black, edition 25/50, Gift of Donald Karshan and Maurie Lee Harding