Elisabeth Sherman in Conversation with Artadia Awardees Claire Beckett, Caleb Cole and Stephen Tourlentes at MassArt
Elisabeth Sherman, assistant curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art, visited Boston to moderate a photography panel featuring Boston Artadia Awardees Claire Beckett (2009), Caleb Cole (2009) and Stephen Tourlentes (2007) at MassArt. This public programme is part of the Artadia Art & Dialogue series.
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