The 32nd Annual Helen Clark Berlind Symposium is a day-long program inspired by the 112th Annual Exhibition Back to Front: Artists’ Books by Women, which presents the expansive concept of the book as art, in an array of formats and materials. Panelists include artists Lyall Harris and Nia Easley, guest curator Martha Chiplis, and Lynora Williams who will moderate. Lyall Harris is a longstanding member of the Virginia Center of the Book.
1 PM | Artist Talk – Nia Easley
2 PM | Artist Talk – Lyall Harris
3 PM | Reception
4 PM | Panel Discussion
The Berlind Symposium is always held in conjunction with the College’s Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art. On the occasion of the 80th Annual, friends and family of Helen Clark Berlind, class of 1958, established a symposium to honor her memory. The event has expanded the educational impact of the Annual every year since, hosting scholars and artists to discuss issues relevant to each exhibition.
This event is free and open to the public.