As an artist-mother-educator, Bea Nettles has investigated universal themes such as family, childhood, and aging throughout her fifty-year career. These concepts are brought to light in the retrospective exhibition Bea Nettles: Harvest of Memory, currently installed in the main galleries at George Eastman Museum. In this multigenerational panel discussion, Nettles, Rania Matar, and Jessica Todd Harper, will discuss how family life, motherhood, and self-exploration have played a role in their bodies of work. Additionally, the panelists will address the impact of being working artists and educators on their individual careers. The discussion will be led by Jamie M. Allen, the Stephen B. and Janice G. Ashley Associate Curator, Department of Photography.