A sold-out audience enjoyed the fourth annual Emerging Scholars Colloquium in New York on January 26, 2020. Hosted in conjunction with the Classical American Homes Preservation Trust and sponsored in part by the Wunsch Americana Foundation and Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Ayres, III, the Colloquium was held at the lovely George F. Baker Carriage House.
Attendees were inspired by the recent research presented that day, and the Decorative Arts Trust is delighted to share these recordings:
Edgefield Stoneware in The Met’s American Wing
Katherine C. Hughes, Peggy N. Gerry Research Scholar, The American Wing, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Eameses and The Case Study House Program: Introducing Scandinavian Design to Mid-Century America
Rachel Pool Fillhouer, History of Design and Curatorial Studies, Parsons School of Design and Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A Tale of Two Families: An Engraved Tea Service in Antebellum Augusta, Georgia
Kayli Rideout, American Studies, Boston University
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