Artists & Curators

Student Curator: Dianne Brennan, Gettysburg College

Student Curator: Maura B. Conley '16, Gettysburg College

Student Curator: Abigail B. Conner '15, Gettysburg College

Student Curator: Nicole A. Conte '15, Gettysburg College

Student Curator: Victoria Perez-Zetune '16, Gettysburg College

Student Curator: Savannah Rose '17, Gettysburg College

Student Curator: Kaylyn L. Sawyer '17, Gettysburg College

Student Curator: Caroline M. Wood '15, Gettysburg College

Student Curator: Zoe Yeoh '18, Gettysburg College

Advisor & Editor: Shannon Egan, Gettysburg College

Consultant: Lauren H. Roedner, Gettysburg College

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Exhibit Dates

January 23 - March 7, 2015

Reception Date

January 23, 2015

Description

An exhibit curated by the students in the course, “Art and Public Policy”—Diane Brennan, Maura Conley, Abigail Conner, Nicole Conte, Victoria Perez-Zetune, Savannah Rose, Kaylyn Sawyer, Caroline Wood and Zoe Yeoh—selected objects of material and print culture from Angelo Scarlato’s private collection to investigate public representations of a newly freed population as well as their more personal perspectives.

See the full exhibit catalog here.

Keywords

Civil War, Battle of Gettysburg, United States Colored Troops, USCT, African American, black soldier, Gettysburg College, emancipation, freedom, citizenship, artifact, exhibit, Harper's Weekly, Frederick Douglass, slavery, daguerreotype

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