Scholar Marin R. Sullivan will present a talk on the history and impact of outdoor sculpture

Art historian and curator Marin R. Sullivan will discuss the history of outdoor sculpture collections on museum and university campuses at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 28 in 210 McKnight Art Center, in conjunction with the current Ulrich Museum exhibition “Fully Dimensional: Artists of the Outdoor Sculpture Collection.”

Sullivan specializes in the history of sculpture and its relationship to photography, design and the built environment, and she is the founding principal of Sculptural Things, a consulting and research service for museums, galleries and arts organizations, and is currently the director of the Harry Bertoia Catalogue Raisonné Project.

A reception will take place from 5:30-6 p.m. in the lobby of the Ulrich Musuem galleries. Everyone is welcome to attend the event.