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Proliferating during the first half of the 20th century, little magazines functioned as virtual salons, galleries, and forums—spaces where creators, editors, critics, and readers presented and considered radical ideas in art, literature, politics, and philosophy. This year's Vivian L. Smith Foundation Symposium, "Little Magazines: The Revolution Will Be Circulated," is tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m. Speakers include Mary Ann Caws ( @cunyedu ), Katharine Conley ( @william_and_mary ), and Lori Cole ( @nyuniversity ). The symposium's moderator, Douglas Cushing, is a doctoral candidate in art history at @utaustintx and the 2018–2019 Vivian L. Smith Fellow at the #MenilCollection. This program is free and open to everyone.