2019 Emerging Scholars Colloquium Lecture Recordings Now Available

The Emerging Scholars Colloquium is one of the Decorative Arts Trust’s most beloved annual events, as it is a wonderful chance to be inspired by new research in the field.

The Colloquium takes place in New York City each January following the Trust’s New York Antiques Weekend. Five recent Emerging Scholars Program grant recipients are invited to present lectures on their study projects.

While nothing quite tops attending the Emerging Scholars Colloquium in person, the Trust is excited to bring you these recordings from the 2019 Emerging Scholars Colloquium to watch at your leisure. 

Between Fantasy and Familiarity: Chinese Tea Culture and Painting Traditions in Historic Deerfield’s Album: Tea Production

Tammy Hong

Unity by Design: Midcentury Modernism at Winterthur

Carrie Grief

The Tethering Stitch, The Liberating Stitch: The Frictions of Abolitionist Women’s Needlework

Mariah Gruner

Governor John Wentworth and The Vice-Regal Interior in British North America

Steven McNeil

If you like these recordings, please check out our YouTube channel to view more videos and recordings.

View our online calendar of events to learn more about the Emerging Scholars Colloquium in New York and New York Antiques Weekend. Also see our Emerging Scholars Program information to learn how to support or apply for grants, internships, and awards from the Decorative Arts Trust.  

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