Picasso And Appropriation; Abortion Regret Study
In 1907, Pablo Picasso stumbled into an art gallery in Paris. It was filled with masks and small sculptures from Africa and Oceania. Inspired, his own style began to change. That raises some interesting questions about who gets credit ... and where to draw the line between admiration, inspiration and theft.
Then: a KU researcher says that a lot of anti-abortion legislation is based on anecdotal evidence.
- Julian Zugazagoitia, Director of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; co-curator of "Through the Eyes of Picasso"
- Chico Sierra, artist
- Mike Toombs, artist and Director, Storytellers Inc.
- Alesha Doan, Associate Professor at KU, School of Public Affairs & Administration and the Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies