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Jock Reynolds (PBK Visiting Scholar) Lecture: "The Museum Exhibition as a Collaborative Learning Experience"

 Reception following the lecture in the lobby.


JOCK REYNOLDS, Yale University Art Gallery (ret.)  

Jock Reynolds was the Henry J. Heinz II Director of the Yale University Art Gallery from 1998 to 2018. He led the Gallery through the major renovation, expansion, and reinstallation of its exhibition, teaching, and collection facilities, and launched an active program of collection-sharing among college and university art museums. Previously he was co-founder of New Langton Arts, one of San Francisco’s pioneering alternative artists’ spaces, and later served as the Executive Director of the Washington Project for the Arts, a multi-disciplinary visual artists’ organization in Washington, D.C. For his work as an artist, Reynolds has garnered numerous grants and awards, including two NEA Visual Artists Fellowships and multiple NEA Art in Public Places project awards. Frequently created in collaboration with his wife, Suzanne Hellmuth, his and their artworks have been exhibited broadly in the realms of visual art and theater and are represented in numerous public and private collections.

Brought to you by Phi Beta Kappa

Co-sponsored by the Provost, WFU Art, & WFU History Departments

Thursday, September 19 at 5:30pm

Scales Fine Arts Center, 102
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Event Type

Speakers, Lectures


Academics, Art, History, Administrative, Provost

Target Audience

Faculty, General Public, Students





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