Weekly Q&A

"When someone who’s not used to looking at art is in a tour here at the Barrick and you see that light bulb go off, and they realize that art is something more than just what it looks like, that’s significant."

Interim director Alisha Kerlin leads the Barrick Museum through its 50th anniversary celebration

January 11th, 2017

"When someone who’s not used to looking at art is in a tour here at the Barrick and you see that light bulb go off, and they realize that art is something more than just what it looks like, that’s significant."

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