Who Was the Woman Who Wore the Hat? A Celebration of the Nancy Patz Collection
Release date: November 07, 2007
Children’s author and illustrator Nancy Patz will discuss her mother and writing during a free public program titled "Who Was the Woman Who Wore the Hat? A Celebration of the Nancy Patz Collection" Thursday, November 29, at 7 p.m. in Goucher College’s Kelley Lecture Hall.
The program's title is taken from Patz's award-winning book, inspired by an unlabeled hat on display in the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam.
The program celebrates Patz's generous contribution of a collection that spans her career. It begins with a reception and art exhibit including forty one works related to her mother in various mediums and styles.
A panel discussion, titled "Memory and Story," will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Kelley Lecture Hall. Patz will act as the keynote speaker. The panelists will be Rick Pringle, professor of psychology, and Uta Larkey, assistant professor of German. Tara Tappert, project archivist, will speak about the scope of the collection.
The program is sponsored by Friends of the Goucher College Library and Goucher Hillel.
Transportation from the parking lot to Kelley Lecture Hall will be provided.
For more information, contact Pamela Flowers at 410-337-6362 or email@example.com.
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