This intimate exhibition of 10 photographs by Johns Hopkins junior Lydia Alcock is inspired by the human history of Homewood Museum, built in 1801 as the country home of Charles and Harriet Carroll. By connecting her ghostly images to excerpts from Harriet’s poetry, Alcock invites visitors to see themselves as a continuum of individuals who have walked Homewood’s halls.
Alcock is a psychology major with a minor in the Program in Museums and Society in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. She has worked at Homewood Museum since 2009 and in 2010 held the museum’s Pinkard-Bolton curatorial internship.
On view 11am–4pm Tuesday–Friday, noon–4pm Saturday–Sunday / Free admission.
Programs and dates are subject to change. For information and registration, call 410.516.0341 or visit the museum.
Opening Reception: April 7, 4:30–6:30pm / FREE
Phantom Callers: The Photographs of Lydia Alcock is organized by Homewood Museum.