WWAC presents an exciting and engaging online series. Each session is led by a Princeton University Art Museum Docent showcasing works from the Museum’s outstanding collections.
Topics range from Contemporary African American Artist, the genesis of the Abstract Expressionist Movement and more.
Docents use their knowledge and passion to make their chosen topics fun and engaging to everyone. The docent program at Princeton University Art Museum involves an intensive training program, consisting of lectures, gallery sessions, research, and presentations to fellow trainees and other docents. Docents then continue their education throughout their years of service by attending docent meetings, participating in study groups, attending gallery talks, and taking trips with fellow docents to other regional museums. WWAC is thrilled to be able to offer these special sessions to members and non-members.
Session 6- April 14, 2021 at 1 PM: “What do objects tell us about the Culture of Mesoamerica?” This session will be led by Sandy Kurinsky. She became a docent after retiring from a 25 year career in business. In a prior life, she was a preschool teacher. She is a lifelong learner who loves to be with her family, travel and row on Lake Carnegie.
Free for WWAC Members, $10 for non-Members
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1) Seated adult and youth, 400 B.C.–A.D. 200
2) Kneeling noble woman holding a lidded jar, A.D. 650–750
3) Bridge-spout vessel with foxes, A.D. 250-500
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