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William Edmondson’s Martha and Mary was recently rediscovered and is now on view at the Museum. Learn more about this incredible sculpture and see it soon in MULTITUDES.
Join us for the 2022 Anne Hill Blanchard Uncommon Artists Lecture on February 6. Explore new research on self-taught art with talks by scholars Valerie Cassel Oliver on connections between sonic and visual art-making in the work of Sister Gertrude Morgan, Jennifer Jane Marshall on materiality and William Edmondson’s stone sculptures, and Esther Adler on new approaches to Joseph Yoakum. Each talk will be followed by Q&A.
1:00—3:00 p.m. ET (online)
Comprising more than 200 exceptional objects, the Museum's wildfowl decoy collection was recently studied by esteemed scholars and AFAM staff.
Learn more about Pushing Boundaries: 60 Years of AFAM Exhibitions, which is open and features a look back at six decades of exhibitions at the Museum.
Support the museum’s mission to present self-taught art across time and place.
This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services #MA-10-0181-13.