Exhibiting Slavery and Representing Black Lives—Art Museums and the Legacies of the Dutch Slave Trade: Curating Histories, Envisioning Futures, Part I

Date: 

Friday, April 9, 2021, 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Location: 

Virtual via registration

Exhibiting Slavery and Representing Black Lives

Part I of the "Art Museums and the Legacies of the Dutch Slave Trade: Curating Histories, Envisioning Futures" Conference

Friday, April 9, 2021, 1 - 3 pm EST

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Curators will discuss their work on groundbreaking projects in the Netherlands and the United States, namely the Rijksmuseum’s current Slavery exhibition, the Rembrandthuis Museum’s exhibition Here: Black in Rembrandt’s Time, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s reinstallation of its permanent collection, and the Museums Are Not Neutral initiative. They will reflect on the broader call for museums to recognize the relationship of their collections to slavery and to present-day racial injustice. Speakers include Maria Holtrop (Curator of History, Rijksmuseum), Stephanie Archangel (Junior Curator, History Department, Rijksmuseum), Diva Zumaya (Assistant Curator, European Painting and Sculpture, Los Angeles County Museum of Art), and La Tanya S. Autry (cultural organizer, co-producer of Museums Are Not Neutral, founder of the Black Liberation Center, and independent curator). For more information and to register, please visit the Harvard Art Museums webpage.