University Art Museum officially opens the Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room

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The Binghamton University Art Museum, Department of Art History and Harpur College of Arts and Sciences invite you to a special lecture by William Voelkle ’61 in celebration of the opening of the Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room.

“A Curatorial Conversation: 12 Favorites from the Morgan Library Collection”

October 11, 2013     4 p.m.     Fine Arts Building, Room 258     Binghamton University

About the Speaker: William Voelkle ’61, Curator of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts at the J.P. Morgan Library & Museum, will discuss his favorite objects in the collection of the world-renowned Morgan Library in New York City. Voelkle, a student of art history professor Kenneth Lindsay, was first introduced to many of these works in his classes at Harpur.

This lecture is made possible by donors to the Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room Fund, which supports teaching, research and outreach related to the Binghamton University Art Museum permanent collection.

If you would like to honor Professor Lindsay’s dedication to art history and art museum studies, please consider making a gift to the Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room Fund. Donations may be made through the Binghamton University Foundation. To donate online by credit card, please visit the Binghamton University Foundation secure giving web page. Select “Other, please specify” from the account drop-down menu, and then type “Kenneth C. Lindsay Museum Study Room – Account #10365” in the space provided. If you would prefer to donate by check, please make your check payable to “Binghamton University Foundation” and designate your gift to the “Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room – Account #10365” and mail to: Binghamton University Foundation, PO Box 6005, Binghamton, NY 13903-6005.

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