Huntington 101 - Online Series

Randy Shulman
Apr. 20, 2020

Join longtime Huntington staff member Randy Shulman for a three-part online class on The Huntington's origins, history, and renaissance as well as the background of the dramatic changes over the past 25 years.

 

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Print of a pirate
Lecture
Confederate Infamy
Sep. 23, 2020

Robert Bonner, professor of history at Dartmouth College, probes the deep history of the images, words, and ships that cast odium on the slaveholders' rebellion of the 1860s. This lecture is a Rogers Distinguished Fellow's Lecture in Nineteenth-Century American History.

 
Lecture
37th Annual Succulent Plants Symposium
Sep. 11, 2020

The 37th Annual Succulent Plants Symposium was presented by Huntington staff via Zoom. During the program, four brief presentations by Gardens staff provided updates about the Desert Garden Collections, discussed recent construction in the garden, and took a look at ongoing efforts to document...

 
Conservator taking photo of finished Blue Boy
Video
The Blue Boy Returns
Sep. 9, 2020

One of the most famous works at The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens, The Blue Boy by Thomas Gainsborough, has been restored and reinstalled in the Thornton Portrait Gallery. This major conservation undertaking involved high-tech data gathering and analysis as well...

 

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