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Memory & Meaning in Southern Silver

Memory & Meaning in Southern Silver

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Silver and memory are deeply linked as individuals often commission pieces to mark significant moments in their lives and then pass those objects along to future generations. Please plan to join us on September 20th and 21st as we delve into the lives of southern silver makers and patrons who used silver to create memory and meaning in the early American South.
Featured speakers include Ben Miller of Shrubsole and the Magazine ANTIQUE’s Curious Objects podcast, author and scholar Catherine Hollan, and Colonial Williamsburg’s Erik Goldstein.
In addition to an opening keynote and a day of dynamic lectures, attendees will also have an opportunity to examine MESDA’s silver collection up close during an open house in the MESDA study rooms.

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Institution or Organization name - The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts

To register for this event please visit the following URL: https://mesda.org/program/silver-seminar/ →

 

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2024-09-20 @ 05:00 PM (EDT) to
2024-09-21 @ 07:00 PM (EDT)
 

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