The Isabella Kirkland: Stilled Life Lecture Series builds on a tradition of artistic production and commentary that express evolving ideas about nature and the human interface with the natural world both contemporaneously and historically. The lectures and Kirkland’s artwork that will be on display will inspire discussion and consideration of a globally topical issue: environmental change.
Dr. Elaine Miller, Professor of Philosophy at Miami University in Oxford, will talk about how contemporary art and artists, including Isabella Kirkland, play a role in affecting our perception of culture and nature. Dr. Miller has published numerous articles and books on the nature of aesthetics, art and women artists.
How To Go
Isabella Kirkland: Transforming Perception
Date: Saturday, March 15, 3:00 p.m.
Location: NCR Renaissance Auditorium
Cost: Lectures are free for students and museum members, and included in museum or special exhibition admission for non-members.