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The Role of Art in Pop Culture Through the Works of Norman Rockwell and 30 Americans

December 5, 2013 – 11:30 AM


Posted Thursday, December 5, 2013 — 11:30 AM

Watch video of the most recent presentation in the Food for Thought
lunchtime series, ­The Role of Art in Pop Culture Through the Works of
Norman Rockwell and 30 Americans, which took place on December 3.

In partnership with the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, the Vanderbilt
University Office of Community, Neighborhood, and Government Relations
presents “Food for Thought: Visualizing America Through Art by African
American Artists and Norman Rockwell,” a three-part lecture series
featuring Vanderbilt professors that explores issues surrounding what it
means to be an American today. This series provides the community at
large with an opportunity to build challenging intellectual connections
between American art and culture.

Food for Thought is a community lunchtime program.

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Contact:
Community, Neighborhood and Government Relations, (615) 343-0700
chandra.allison@vanderbilt.edu


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