WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 / 11 AM – 4 PM

Lectures

Pictures and Conversations: Storytelling through the Words and Images of Lewis Carroll

4/21/2016 / 6:30pm

*Reservations required

This companion talk to the Art Center's Arts & Letters exhibition answers Alice's question: "What is the use of a book, without pictures or conversations?" In this talk Lewis Carroll scholar Stephanie Lovett will consider the different ways that words ad images bring meaning to a narrative by exploring the interactive words-and-pictures reading experience created by master storyteller Lewis Carroll in "Alice in Wonderland."

Lovett also will pull apart, examine, and reassamble the visual/verbal web of "Alice," to discern how Carroll's original illustrations and the ones John Tenniel created under his direction tell a story.

This lecture is related programming for the exhibition Arts & Letters.

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Media support provided by Iowa Public Radio.

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Location Information:
Levitt Auditorium

2016-04-21 18:30:00 2016-04-21 00:00:00 America/Chicago Pictures and Conversations: Storytelling through the Words and Images of Lewis Carroll *Reservations required This companion talk to the Art Center's Arts & Letters  exhibition answers Alice's question: "What is the use of a book, without pictures or conversations?" In this talk Lewis Carroll scholar Stephanie Lovett will consider the different ways that words ad images bring meaning to a narrative by exploring the interactive words-and-pictures reading experience created by master storyteller Lewis Carroll in "Alice in Wonderland." Lovett also will pull apart, examine, and reassamble the visual/verbal web of "Alice," to discern how Carroll's original illustrations and the ones John Tenniel created under his direction tell a story. This lecture is related programming for the exhibition  Arts & Letters . Make Reservations Media support provided by Iowa Public Radio. Levitt Auditorium

Stephanie Lovett, Lewis Carroll scholar

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