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ONLINE—Fond Memories: Images of Play from the Photography Collection

Friday, April 2, 2021, 1 p.m., Online

In this virtual talk, Curatorial Assistant Meghan L. Jordan will discuss works that are newly on view in the Collection Gallery. From a daguerreotype of children playing with dolls to a contemporary photograph of a child playing a video game, this presentation and the exhibition chronicle the evolution of both play and the photographic medium.

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