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The Distant Brought Near:
A Discussion Series Inspired by the Artwork of George Schmidt
|University Art Museum and the Center for Louisiana
Studies are presenting a spring lecture series in conjunction
with the exhibition Satire, Scandal and Spectacle: The Art
of George Schmidt.
All lectures will be held at the Museum and begin at 6:30 p.m.
unless otherwise noted.
Thursday, March 15 "Does it Really Matter Who Killed the Kingfish?" Dr. Michael S. Martin, Director of the Center for Louisiana Studies and Cheryl Courrege Burguieres Endowed Professor of History, UL Lafayette
Thursday, March 29 "Roman Law and the Western World" Dr. Carl Richard, Sagrera Family Memorial Endowed Professor of History, UL Lafayette
Thursday, April 4 "Blowing Up New Orleans: The Early Days of Jazz" Dr. John Troutman, Assistant Professor of History, UL Lafayette
Please check the museum’s website for changes in the schedule or venue. http://museum.louisiana.edu
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The Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum in Lafayette, Louisiana is Acadiana’s architectural landmark and the largest art museum between Houston and New Orleans. The Museum features a variety of changing exhibitions and a continuing schedule of lectures and programs. Come enjoy the Museum and the beauty of University of Louisiana at Lafayette campus, just blocks away from the galleries, shops and famous restaurants of downtown Lafayette and the Oil Center.
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