Wed, Nov 13, 2013
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Salon 3

Fall 2013 Mather Salon Series: Dialogue and Discourse for 20th Century Women

Innovations in Art History: A New National Model for Graduate Study at CWRU and the Cleveland Museum of Art

Date: Wednesday November 13 2013, 9:30am – 11:30am
Home of Elaine Scott, 15970 South Park Road, Shaker Heights 44120

Session facilitated by Catherine Scallen

Associate Professor & Chair, Dept. of Art History and Art, College of Arts and Sciences, CWRU

Dr. Scallen is a specialist in Northern Baroque art, with a particular emphasis on the art of Rembrandt. At Princeton she wrote her Ph.D. dissertation on Rembrandt's etchings of Saint Jerome, and served as a lecturer on the faculty for a year. After obtaining her doctorate, she conducted research on Dutch paintings in the J. Paul Getty Museum (then in Malibu) as a Graduate Fellow in the Paintings Department. Earlier, at Williams she co-curated a traveling exhibition, "Cubism and American Photography, 1910-1930," and worked for the Sterling and Francine Clark Institute.

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Event Location

Home of Elaine Scott
15970 South Park Road
Shaker Heights, OH 44120

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