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Pulling Back the Curtain: A Portrait of American Art with William Keyse Rudolph, Regina Palm, and Emily Neff

William Keyse Rudolph, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, returns to San Antonio for an evening of conversation with SAMA’s own Regina Palm, Marie and Hugh Halff Jr. Curator of American and European Art, and Emily Neff, The Kelso Director. Together, the trio will reflect on the origins and development of SAMA's collection of American art, its relationship to the broader landscape of American art collecting, and opportunities for the future. The evening will include an exclusive reveal and special tribute!

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