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The Speed’s current exhibition, Art of the Streets: The French Poster, 1880-1930, features lithographic reproductions of famous designs from the golden age of the poster. Together with original prints from the collection of Jonathan and Tracy Blue, these rarely seen … Continue reading
Throughout their history, sideboards symbolized status. They were the perfect accompaniment to well-dressed and well-mannered diners. Such was the case in early nineteenth-century Kentucky: estate inventories and other documentary sources show that sideboards were often among the most expensive pieces … Continue reading
Curator Scott Erbes discusses the Speed’s newest Masterpiece, a Kentucky sideboard, in a conversation with Matthew, a Speed Youth Apprentice.
In this video, Hannah interviews the curator of Going for the Gold: Selections from the Kebric Olympic Collection, Kim Spence. This is a production of the Youth Apprentice Program at the Speed Art Museum.