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2018 Museum Studies Symposium: Blanton Print Study Room Seminar

image of a woman in black pants and a white shirt painting multiple prints along a wall

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Join us for the seminar "Copy, Emulation, Collaboration and Translation across Media", a conversation with Holly Borham, Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Blanton Museum of Art, and Véronique Plesch, Professor of Art History, Colby College. 

"Copy, Emulation, Collaboration and Translation across Media" is a private seminar restricted to UT students, faculty and alumni. 


Holly Borham, Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Blanton Museum of Art, is currently preparing an exhibition on the theme of this year's seminar. The exhibition is set to open in the Blanton's Paper Vault in Fall 2019.

Véronique Plesch is Professor of Art History at Colby College (Watervile, Maine). Her publications (books, edited volumes, and articles) have dealt with subjects that include Passion iconography, narrative fresco cycles, art in the Duchy of Savoy, late-medieval Passion plays, early modern graffiti, contemporary art and book arts, with a steady focus on word and image studies. Plesch's books include Painter and Priest: Giovanni Canavesio's Visual Rhetoric and the Passion Cycle at La Brigue (University of Notre Dame Press, 2006).