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Donatello’s Mary Magdalen: Gender, Materials, Meanings

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On Wednesday, March 4th, Adrian W.B. Randolph, art historian at Dartmouth College, will present a program titled, “Donatello’s Mary Magdalen: Gender, Materials, Meanings" as a part of the Stieren Arts Enrichment Series Lecture. The lecture will take place at 7 p.m., Northrup Hall Room 040. The Stieren Arts Enrichment Series is made possible by an endowment gift from Jane and the late Arthur Stieren of San Antonio.

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  • Northrup Hall

    One Trinity Place, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 999-8515

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