Marilyn Laufer on Art Interrupted

Posted November 07, 2012

Marilyn Laufer spoke about the Jule Collins Smith Museum's new exhibit - Art Interrupted. She explained the historical significance of the paintings on display in the exhibit. She also shared the fascinating story of how the University had the foresight to acquire the paintings being sold by the U.S. government as "military surplus" before Auburn University even had a museum in which to display them.

The exhibit will be on display September 8, 2012 - January 5, 2013 in Bill L. Harbert Gallery, Noel and Kathryn Dickinson Wadsworth Gallery, Chi Omega–Hargis Gallery, and Gallery C.

For more information visit http://jcsm.auburn.edu/


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