Gallery Talks

All talks will take place in the Perlman Teaching Museum Galleries. Drop in — no booking required. 

Black and white photograph with students walking away from a large stone building with a white banner hanging on front saying “Welcome Black Brothers” in large black letters.

Friday May 6, 4:30–5:15pm
Histories of Gender and Race in Carleton Communal Living

Led by student curators Jevon Robinson ’22 and Aldo Polanco ’23

In Partnership with the Office for Intercultural Life

Black and white photo of a woman standing in a wooden shelter with a goat.

Wednesday May 18, 4:30–5:15pm
Engaging with the Landscape: The Carleton Farm, Arboretum, and May Fete

Led by student curators Arya Misra ‘22 and Lea Winston ‘22

In Partnership with the Cowling Arboretum

Friday May 20, 4:00–4:45pm
Pandemic Strikes! Carleton’s Student Health Services and the 1918 Pandemic

Led by student curators Dan Ashurst ‘22 and Lea Winston ‘22