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Virtual Mini-Reunion #6

Virtual Mini-Reunion #6

Ann Thomas Wilkins and her husband David are scheduled to speak with us on Monday, June 29th at 2:00 pm eastern.  Look for the email with Zoom information closer to the date.  From Ann:

Our presentation traces our five-year journey as curators of the “Sisters in Liberty: from Florence, Italy, to New York” exhibition currently at the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. The origin of the exhibition was the “Liberty of Poetry” in the Florentine church of Santa Croce, which was dedicated three years before the colossal Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. While the initial inspiration was the question of priority — which came first? —  the ideas expanded, the collaboration broadened, and the exhibition that became reality last October ultimately focused on the question “What does Liberty mean to you?” In addition to comparing the two sculptures and the manner in which their sculptors devoted their lives to the exploration of personal and national freedom, we also emphasized the connections that can be drawn between the American and Italian struggles for self-determination.