Liesl Olson, Director of Chicago Studies at Newberry Library, will present a talk exploring the mutually inspiring relationship between Isamu Noguchi, dancer and choreographer Ruth Page, and their creative orbits in the city of Chicago in the early 1930s. Olson will build on themes and research presented in her digital feature Flicker of an Eyelid: Isamu Noguchi, Ruth Page, and the Universe of Chicago, now available on noguchi.org.
The lecture will last approximately 45 minutes, with time afterwards for questions and comments. Live closed captioning is provided. Program times listed are ET (Eastern Time). Please send any questions to email@example.com.