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Gallery Talk: Consuming Cultures

July 7, 2016
Meet in Gallery 100
Free with museum admission

The term cultural appropriation has been defined as “the taking—from a culture that is not one’s own—of intellectual property, cultural expressions or artifacts, history, and ways of knowledge.” Join museum educator Robert Smith III to explore works by European and American artists inspired by peoples and cultures outside of “the West.”

Paul Gauguin. The Ancestors of Tehamana, or Tehamana Has Many Parents (Merahi metua no Tehamana), 1893.