November 18, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join Elizabeth B. Heuer, PhD for a conversation on the topic of portraiture in American contemporary art.
Elizabeth B. Heuer, PhD is an Associate Professor of art history at UNF where she teaches classes in 19th and 20th century American art history. Dr. Heuer’s scholarship covers a wide range of themes in American art, such as Southern regionalism, corporate patronage, tourism and the arts, and postcard studies. She is the author of the forthcoming collection catalog, The Jacobsen Collection of American Art (2022).
Ideas of Our Time, MOCA Jacksonville’s lecture series, presents thoughtful and engaging dialogue with artists, educators, and others around some of the most vital and important art and ideas of our time.
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