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Kemper Museum Docent, Lynne Bock, leads “Social and personal narratives in contemporary art” for the December virtual edition of Learn Laugh & Love. How does social history combine with the stories of individual artists in contemporary artworks? How are these stories about self and society visible to us? Our impressions of stories told by artworks may change over time. Let’s look at works from Kemper Museum’s Permanent Collection to explore together how we find social histories and artists’ stories in works of contemporary art. This tour will include works from our current exhibition celebrating the Missouri Bicentennial.
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The Learn Laugh & Love series is sponsored by Jewish Family Services and The Heritage Center at The J.