Lecture & Membership Celebration
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Explore the intersection of art & forensic science with Smithsonian American Art Museum conservator; followed by refreshments and live music.
Exquisitely detailed miniature crime scenes designed 70 years ago to “convict the guilty, clear the innocent, and find the truth in a nutshell” are still used to train today’s homicide investigators. Smithsonian conservator Ariel O’Connor will discuss the Nutshell Studies’ history and the fascinating parallels between art conservation and forensic science.
Free – Art League members
$10 – KIA members
$12- non members
$3 – students with current ID
Contact: 269 585-9296
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Refreshments, lively conversation, and live music follow the lecture.
314 S. Park Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49007