Shenkman Lecture - Roberta Smith | College of Arts

Shenkman Lecture - Roberta Smith

Posted on Friday, April 11th, 2014

Shenkman Lecture - Roberta Smith Video

Roberta Smith will talk about how she became an art critic; her responsibilities as she sees them as well as the workaday nature of newspaper criticism, how her job and view of her job has changed over time and how both have been affected by academia, by social media and the globalized big-spending art world/market.

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