Williams Art History and Museum Leadership: A ‘Clark Inspired’ Lecture

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August 2, 2014. Three noted museum directors—Earl A. Powell III, Glenn D. Lowry, and Michael Govan—talk about their experience with Williams College in the 1960s, '70s, and '80s in relation to their distinguished careers. Clark Director Michael Conforti leads the discussion. Powell is director of the National Gallery of Art, Washington and is a 1966 Williams graduate. Lowry is director of The Museum of Modern Art, New York and is a 1976 Williams graduate. Govan is CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and is a 1985 Williams graduate. He is also a Clark Trustee. This lecture is part of the "Clark Inspired" series, which features people whose professional lives have been influenced by their connection to the Clark or to Williamstown's art community.

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