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28 29 30 1 Material Culture as the Economic History of Demand: Pre-industrial Europe and Global Trade
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5 6 Rarity-Booty-Furnishing: Textiles from the Islamic World and Habsburg Collecting (16th to 18th Century)
7 Blending Handwork and Thought: Henry Wilson’s Designs for Silver
8 Dog Soldiers Don’t Need Picasso: Recovering the Indigenous Materiality of Plains Indian ‘Ledger Art’
Design History and the Discourse of Desire
9 Evening for Educators
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12 Open House for Prospective Students
13 Intimate Heritage: Recent Trends in Japanese History Museums
14 Atmosphere and Art: Kulturgeschichte, Period Display, and the Invention of the American Museum, 1870-1930
15 What’s the Big Idea? The Museum, the Collection and the Public
16 The Olympic Design Milieu
“Nessim on Nessim”
17 18 Family Day: Wild with Color! New York Graffiti Arts
19 20 Open House for Seniors
21 Paying for the Sultan’s Pouf: The Asynchronous Time of Fashion and Credit in Eighteenth-Century France
22 23 The Illustrators’ Cabinet of Wonders: A Show and Tell

Livestreaming tonight on BGCTV

24 25 Walking Tour: On Broadway: Past to Present
26 Open House for Prospective Students
27 Unbinding Conservation: Observations on the Past, Present, and Future of Rare Book Treatment
28 Signal Images: Art and Telegraphy in Post-Revolutionary France
29 Out of Hand at the Museum of Arts and Design: The Inside Story
30 Postmodern Propaganda? Culture, Environment and Memory in Soviet Experimental Design 1973-1984
Panic in the Parlor: Reporting and Reading Pictorial Newspapers in Gilded Age America
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