Bill Lipke, Professor Emeritus, Department of Art at University of Vermont and co-author with Bill Mares of Grafting Memories: Essays on War and Commemoration has a Canadian relative who fought in WWI. In a talk presented by the Sheldon Museum, he will discuss how Canadians have chosen to commemorate their veterans through paintings, photographs, sculptures, and cemeteries. Recorded 11/7/18.
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Producer: Henry Sheldon Museum