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July 22, 2020

The Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, will present the virtual program “Reimagining the Kress Collection: Renaissance Context and Contemporary Connections” on Thursday, July 23rd

The Magi give gifts to the Christ Child on the Madonna's lap while angels watch and sing in the background.

Master of the Blessed Clare of Rimini, Adoration of the Magi, c. 1340, Samuel H. Kress Collection, Lowe Art Musuem, University of Miami


During this online event, Dr. Mark Osterman, Digital Experience Manager and Head of Education at the Lowe, and Anna Nelson Bennett, Doctoral Candidate and Graduate Intern in Material Culture Research, will discuss the historical significance and contemporary implications of Renaissance and Baroque artworks within the Lowe’s Kress Collection. They will also share information on the museum’s digital interactive learning project, which focuses on the Kress Collection, and discuss their efforts to include community voices in the project.

To register for this virtual program, visit: