The Creative Mind Lectures are a series of talks devoted to the celebration of creative thought across many disciplines, including art, science, and technology.
Spend your Monday night at our second lecture event this semester, a two-part bite-sized affair presenting:
V I C T O R I A _ R E E D of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), who sleuths art for a living. Victoria researches provenance—a vast and complex field that includes where artworks have been, who’s owned them, and when, where, why, and how they’ve changed hands. Her talk will be about her favorite art mysteries, and about the "cases" she’s solved.
D A N I E L _ B Y E R S Daniel Byers is a photographer for National Geographic, an adventurer at heart, and a Brown alum. He also produces films about environmental and health issues. Daniel's here to talk about the importance of curiosity-driven exploration, and photography as a medium for conscientious story-telling.
The event will follow the format of two 20-minute lectures and an audience Q and A.
March 10th at 6pm in Studio 2