If Pots Could Talk: Stories of Revolution and Rebellion

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Trust Talk Virtual Program

August 26, 2020

Trust Talks is a monthly lecture series hosted by the Decorative Arts Trust that features an emerging scholar sharing and discussing their exciting new research with a mentor in the field. The hour-long virtual program includes an emerging scholar lecture, a scholar to scholar conversation, and a Q&A with the program participants.

What would pots say if they could talk? Join Daniel Sousa, Historic Deerfield’s Assistant Curator, in conversation with Curatorial Department Director Amanda Lange as they unravel the stories behind the messages and symbols found on English and American ceramics in the museum’s collection. From tales of England’s Jacobite Rebellion and Bonnie Prince Charlie, to stories of America’s fight for Independence, each object has the ability to provide unique perspectives, insights, and illustrations of some of history’s most noteworthy and memorable rebellions and revolutions.

The Zoom link for this virtual program will be emailed to you after you register.

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