Join us as for a compelling presentation led by Suzanne Stratton-Pruitt, a scholar of Spanish and Spanish Colonial art. She will focus on eighteenth-century pictorial representations from Bolivia of the so-called “Four Last Things,’ the afterlife options believed to be available for Catholic devotees.
Stratton-Pruitt earned her Ph. D. from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. She has organized several major exhibits and published seminal books on the arts of Spanish America. Her most recent book, The Art of Painting in Colonial Bolivia, was published by Saint Joseph’s University Press in early 2017.
This free talk is open to the public and we encourage students of Art History, Religious Studies, History and Latin American studies to attend this event.
There is limited capacity for this event. Secure your place by clicking HERE or LEARN MORE (below) to RSVP.
- Lunch will be served during the talk so please ensure you RSVP so we can order appropriately.
- This event will be held in the Capitol room (2.118) on the 2nd floor of the Smith Building, located across the plaza.
The Blanton is located at the intersection of Congress Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Paid parking is available in the Brazos Garage on Brazos Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Parking is $4; bring your ticket with you to the museum.
PLEASE NOTE: Our RSVP sign-up is closed.
If you did not RSVP, you are still welcome to join us but lunch will only be provided for registrants.
Please arrive 5-10 minutes before the event so we can start promptly.