Posts tagged with “Lectures” (All posts)
- January 23, 2014
Britta Johnson, '97, will speak about her work at 5 pm followed by a reception to open her exhibit.
Boliou 104 and Gallery
- September 17, 2013
David Lefkowitz, Associate Professor of Art, will present two lectures about his work.
- March 28, 2013
Baird presented "The Melodramatic Mode of Reportage: Thomas Nast as a Civil War Illustrator" in the "Seeing the Civil War" panel of the Midwest Art History Society annual conference in Columbus, Ohio on March 21st.
- September 10, 2012
Katie Ryor, Professor of Art History, gave the opening tour of her guest-curated exhibition, "Ancient Masters in Modern Styles: Chinese Ink Paintings" from the 16th-21st Centuries, at the Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia in August.
- April 9, 2012
Assistant Professor of Art History, Ross Elfline, presented a paper titled "Relational Art and Sexuality in the Age of the Post-Medium Condition" at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, as part of their lecture series "Gendering the Digital Humanities."
- April 2, 2012
Katie Ryor Professor of Art History, presented a paper at the annual Association of Asian Studies Conference in Toronto, Canada
- February 3, 2012
March 8 at 6 pm at Minneapolis Institute for the Arts, Alison Kettering will present "CrossTalk: Playing with Our Food," a conversation about food styling historically in still lifes and today in commercial photography. Cindy Lund, manager of food styling, General Mills will participate as well.
- November 14, 2011
Fred spent a week at Hang Zhou Normal University School of Fine Arts in China in October. While he was there he presented several lectures, had his work displayed in a show and presented a binding demonstration.
- May 31, 2011
Assistant Professor of Art History, gave an invited lecture at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts on May 21 titled "From Optics to Objects: Painting from 1960 to Today." This lecture charted painting's progress from works of optical transcendence to objects of luxury and taste in the post-World War II era.