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Chairman, EDWARD BRUCE, Consulting Expert, Section of Painting and Sculpture, Washington

Welcoming Address by C. POWELL MINNEGERODE, Director, Corcoran Gallery of Art

Presentation of topic by EDWARD ALDEN JEWELL, Art Editor, New York [italics] Times 


SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS:

For the Artist
Name to be announced

For Public Education
Name to be announced

For the Museum
PHILIP YOUTZ, Brooklyn Museum

For the Community
ALON BEMENT, National Alliance of Art and Industry

PANEL DISCUSSION:

Members of the Panel: Edward B. Rowan, Arthur Gold-schmidt, Florence Cane, Royal B. Farnum, Gertrude Olmsted, Beaumont Newhall and others

FRIDAY, MAY 24             
MORNING

10:00---ART AND EDUCATION

The Hotel Willard
Willard Room

Chairman, A. PHILIP McMAHON, Chairman, Fine Arts Department, New York University

PARTIAL SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS:
1. Training Girls for Art Vocations
ELEANOR SHEPHERD THOMPSON, Normal School, Toronto

2. Art Education in the Sixteenth Century in the Netherlands CONSTANT VAN DE WALL, New York University

3. The Problem of Scientific Method in Art Analysis LINCOLN ROTHSCHILD, Columbia University

4. Communication of Ideas in Education and the Arts DAVID M. ROBERTSON, President, Goucher College


FRIDAY, MAY 24             
AFTERNOON

The Hotel Willard
College Art Association Infromation Desk---Main
Lobby

2:00---Validation of railroad certificates
Registration for "Afternoon on the Potomac", Saturday, May 25 at 1:30 P.M.

2:30---ARCHAELOGICAL RESEARCH IN THE FINE ARTS

The Hotel Willard
Willard Room

Chairman, CHARLES R. MOREY, Chairman, Department
of Art, Princeton University

SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS:
1. Forgeries in Arms and Armor
STEPHEN V. GRANSCAY, Metropolitan Museum of Art

2. Art Finds at Olynthus
DAVID M. ROBINSON, Johns Hopkins University

3. Aphrodite in Roman Copies of Greek Statues
MARGARETE BIEBER, Columbia University

4. Explorations in Yugo-Slavia
D. VLADIMIR FEWKES, Harvard University

5. The Seven Sacraments by Poussin
GEORGE A. KUBLER, III, Yale University

6. A Contribution to Etruscan Mythology and Art: An Etruscan Bulla in the Walters Art Gallery
GEORGE M.A. HANFMANN, John Hopkins Uni-versirty

7. The Representation of Interiors in Late Antique Art A. C. SOPER, III, Princeton University

8. The Origin of the Christ Child Motive in Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century Annunciations (to be read by title) DAVID M. ROBB, Colgate University

FRIDAY, MAY 24                
EVENING

8:00---MUSEUM TRAINING
Joint Session with the American Association of Museums

The Hotel Willard
Small Ballroom---10th Floor

Chairman, PAUL J. SACHS, Associate Director, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University

SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS:
1. What is the Proper Training for Museum Work from the Point of View of a Director of a Museum in a Preparatory School?
CHARLES SAWYER, Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy

2. What is the Proper Training for Museum Work from the Point of View of the Director?
C. T. CURRELLY, The Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology, Toronto

3. What is the Proper Training for Museum Work from the Point of View of the Director?
PAUL GARDNER, The William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art

4. Title to be announced
ALFRED E. HAMILL, Chicago Art Institute

5. What is the Proper Training for Museum Work from the Point of View of the Curator?
GISELA M. A. RICHTER, Metropolitan Museum of Art

6. Preservation of the Integrity of Works of Art
EDWARD W. FORBES, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University

7. A Museum Director and His Staff
WALTER H. SIPLE, Cincinnati Art Museum

SATURDAY, MAY 25             
 MORNING

The Hotel Willard
9:00---College Art Association Information Desk---Main Lobby

Final Validation of railroad certificates
Registration for "Afternoon on the Potomac", Saturday, May 25 at 1:30 P.M.

9:30---ANNUAL MEMBERS' AND BUSINESS MEETING

The Hotel Willard
Fairfax Room

10:30---MODERN ART

The Hotel Willard
Willard Room

Chairman, C. LAW WATKINS, Associate Director in Charge of Educational Activities, Phillips Memorial Gallery

1. Title to be announced
JAMES JOHNSON SWEENY, New York University

2. The Issues of Modern Art
ARTEMAS PACKARD, Dartmouth College

3. Brussel's Art Congress
ALFRED G. PELIKAN, Milwaukee Art Institute

4. Federal Encouragement and Private Employment of Artists
FORBES WATSON, Editor of the Bulletin, Section of Painting and Sculpture, Washington

SATURDAY, MAY 25              
AFTERNOON

The Hotel Willard
Main Lobby

1:30---AFTERNOON ON THE POTOMAC, jointly with the American Association of Museums

Bus leaves the Hotel Willard at 1:30
S.S. Potomac, sails at 2:00 from the wharf at 6th and Water Streets
Subscription $2.00---Tea Served

(While it is hoped that there will be fair weather this trip will be undertaken even if it is raining as it has been the experience of the American Asso-ciation of Museums that it is very much enjoyed under any conditions.)
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