Scholar To Discuss Renaissance Art At Barron Center

WOODBRIDGE – Phillip Gould will be discuss “New Perspectives on Renaissance Art and the Rise of Humanism” as the next speaker in the Barron Arts Center’s Dr. Stephen Kaplan Taste of the Arts Lecture Series on Wednesday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. These lectures are free and everyone is welcome to attend.

The Barron Arts Center’s educational Dr. Stephen Kaplan Taste of the Arts Lecture Series brings a selection of speakers and artists from all aspects of the arts to the Woodbridge Township community.


Gould has a bachelor’s degree from New York University and a doctorate from the Sorbonne. He taught art history at Columbia University and Sarah Lawrence College and was a visiting professor at Fordham University, Pratt Institute and Parsons in New York, as well as the University of Taiwan in Taipei and at Teachers College in Beijing. Gould was a lecturer for the United States Information Service in Europe, Africa and Southeast Asia. At present he is a curator of fine arts exhibitions, a member of the American Association of Museums and an associate member of the University Seminars at Columbia University.

There will be collection bins for non-perishable food donations for  the Mayor’s Food Pantry and for items for Woodbridge Animal Shelter and Angel  PAWS, non-profit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to relieving the suffering of and finding permanent homes for stray, abandoned and homeless animals. Items needed include cat and dog food (wet and premium dry), kitty litter, paper towels, paper plates, cleaning supplies (bleach, soap), towels, animal beds, toys, bathroom throw rugs, plastic garbage bags, grooming items (q-tips, cotton balls), and office supplies (paper, pens, etc.).

For more information or directions, call 1-732-634-0413.

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