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Kim Sajet, the first female director of the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, will speak about the gallery. Sajet is known for a cross-disciplinary approach that merges such traditional forms as painting, sculpture, drawing, and printmaking with poetry, installation art, video, and performance, to make the past personal and deepen our understanding of how people have changed the course of history.
The event will be in the Togo West Parlor on the first floor of the Parish House.
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