Fellows Colloquium—Identity in Objects

The Met's current fellows present brief papers on their research and explore common scholarly questions in panel discussions. Today's schedule is:

10:00 a.m.

Erin Peters, Chester Dale Fellow, Egyptian Art, "Egypt in Empire: Augustan Temple Building in Roman Egypt"

Kimberly Cassibry, Pat O'Connell Memorial Fellow, Medieval Art and The Cloisters, "Roman Conquest and the Lost Art of Gallic Coins in Ancient France"

Anne Hunnell Chen, Jane and Morgan Whitney Fellow, Ancient Near Eastern Art, "Competition Between Rivals: The Role of Artistic Exchange in Late Roman and Sasanian Court Commissions"

Panel discussion with Helen C. Evans, Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator of Byzantine Art, Medieval Art and The Cloisters


11:40 a.m.

Eriko Tomizawa-Kay, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Asian Art, "The Metropolitan Museum's Collection of Modern Japanese Paintings and Prints and the Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Art Market in the United States."

Aoife O'Brien, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas, "Ango, An Artist of Roviana Lagoon: Artistry, Patronage, and Collecting in the Western Solomon Islands during the Early Twentieth Century"

Diana Greenwold, Douglass Foundation Fellow in American Art, The American Wing, "'Ancient Designs Adapted to Modern Uses': New York's Scuola d'Industrie Italiane, 1905–1927"

Panel discussion with Yaëlle Biro, Assistant Curator, Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

These colloquia are made possible in part by Mrs. Henry S. Blackwood.

Part of Fellows Colloquia.

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A Nenbutsu Gathering at Ichiya, Kyoto, from the Illustrated Biography of the Monk Ippen and His Disciple Ta'a (Yugyô Shônin engi-e) (detail), late 14th century | 1975.268.35

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