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Past Events:

(Fall 2009)

Tues. Sept. 8, 2:30pm, AMAM

“Benjamin West’s ‘Portrait of Thaddeus Kosciusko’”

Thomas McLean, Lecturer, Department of English at the University of Otago, New Zealand.

Mon, Sept 21, 2:30pm, Art Building, Classroom I
“Casting from Life: Art and Nature in Early Modern Europe”
Pamela H. Smith, Professor of History, Columbia University (a session of Professor Neilson’s Baroque class that is open to the public).
Sponsored by the Art Department’s Baldwin Fund and the Museum’s Mellon Foundation Grant .

Tuesday, September 22, 5:00pm, Art Building, Classroom 1
“Butter and Gold, Lizards and Vermilion: Art and Science in Early Modern Europe”
Pamela H. Smith, Professor of History, Columbia University

Thursday, September 24, 7.30pm, Arzu Oklan’s studio
esc program visiting artists:  Jiri Suruvka and Sarah Beiderman
All esc events in Arzu Oklan’s  at 128 Forest Street, behind Lord-Saunders; more details here.

Friday Sept 25th, Noon, Cat in the Cream (tentative date) Artist’s talk: Deborah Stratman                                                                                                                                                                   This lecture is part of the Luce Margin Release series.

Saturday September 26th, 7:30 PM, Spaces Art Gallery in Cleveland
Screening of Deborah Stratman’s work, followed by a Q and A session.
This lecture is part of the Luce Margin Release series.

Thursday, Oct. 1, 5:00pm, [location TBA]
“Beneath the Surface of Tintoretto’s Nativity”
Frederick Ilchman, Mrs. Russell W. Baker Assistant Curator of Paintings,
Rhona MacBeth, Eijk and Rose-Marie van Otterloo Conservator of Paintings
Sponsored by the Museum’s Mellon Foundation Grant

Monday October 5th(TBA), Noon, Cat in the Cream
Artist’s Talk: Lucy Raven
This lecture is part of the Luce Margin Release series

Monday October 5, 6:30 PM, Spaces Art Gallery, Cleveland
Screening of Lucy Raven’s work, followed by a Q and A session.
This lecture is part of the Luce Margin Release series.

Tuesday, Oct. 6, 5:00pm, Art Building, Classroom 1
“What’s Wrong with This Picture? The Technical Analysis of a Known Forgery”

Gregory D. Smith, Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Conservation Science, Buffalo State College
Sponsored by the Museum’s Mellon Foundation Grant .

Thursday, October 8, 4:30 pm, Art Building, Classroom I
Internships session

Thursday, October 8, 7.30 pm, Arzu Oklan’s studio
esc visiting artists:  Ben Van Dyke
All esc events in Arzu Oklan’s  at 128 Forest Street, behind Lord-Saunders; full details here

Friday, October 9, 4:00 PM, Allen Memorial Art Museum
Andria Derstine, Curator’s tour of the Out of Line Exhibition

Friday Oct 9, 4:30 PM, Mudd 050
“Medieval Portraiture: An Oxymoron?”
Erik Inglis, Associate Professor, Art Department
Friends of the Library

Monday, Oct. 12, 5:00pm, Craig Lecture Hall, Science Center
“Art and Astronomy”
Jay Pasachoff, Director of Hopkins Observatory and Field Memorial Professor of Astronomy, Williams College

Monday October 12,  4:30 pm, Art Building, Classroom I
Visiting Artist Lecture:  Corwin Hewitt
Supported by the Ellen Johnson Fund

Tuesday, October 13, 2:30, Allen Memorial Art Museum
Peter Paul Rubens, The Finding of Erichtonius
Kirk Ormand, Associate Professor of Classics
Tuesday Tea

Wednesday October 28, 4:30, Art Building, Classroom I
Visiting Artist Lecture:  Jack Lemon
Supported by the Ellen Johnson Fund

Friday October 30, Time and Location TBA
François Roche, architect
Sponsored by the Art Department’s Clarence Ward Fund.

Saturday, October 31: bus trip to CMA, tentative

Tues, Nov 3, 5pm, Art Building, Classroom I
“Dwarves, Hairy Men and Robust Children: Painting and
the Imagination in Early Modern Italy” (public lecture)
Frances Gage, Assistant Professor of Art, Buffalo State College
Sponsored by the Art Department’s Baldwin Fund.

Wed, Nov 4, 2:30, Art Building, Classroom I
“Outrage and Acclaim: The Controversy Over Caravaggio’s Death of the Virgin.”
Frances Gage, Assistant Professor of Art, Buffalo State College
(a session of Professor Neilson’s Baroque class that is open to the public).
Sponsored by the Art Department’s Baldwin Fund.

November 6-8: Parents’ Weekend

Tuesday, November 10, 2:30, Allen Memorial Art Museum
Joseph Wright of Derby’s Dov edale by Moonlight
Laura Baudot, Assistant Professor, English
Tuesday Tea

Wed, Nov 11, Location and Time TBA
“The Form-Content Debate: Painting and Radical Politics in Weimar Germany”
Lynette Roth, Mellon Fellow in Modern Art, Saint Louis Art Museum
Sponsored by the Art Department’s Baldwin Fund.

Thurs Nov 12th, noon, Art Building Seminar Room
“Max Beckmann and the Process of Painting”
Lynette Roth, Mellon Fellow in Modern Art, Saint Louis Art Museum
Sponsored by the Art Department’s Baldwin Fund.

Wednesday November 18, 4:45 pm, Science Building A255
“Controlled Growth of ZnO One-Dimensional Nanostructures–The Art of Nanoscience”
Zhengwei Pan, Professor of Chemistry, University of Georgia, currently collaborating with artist Michael Oliveri who will speak at Oberlin on Feb. 10, 2010.

This is part 1 of the two-part Blumeno Lectures in Art and Chemistry.


Thursday, November 19, 7.30 pm, Arzu Oklan’s studio

esc visiting artists:  Chris Barr
All events in Arzu Oklan’s  at 128 Forest Street, behind Lord-Saunders; for full details.

Saturday November 21st, Time and Location TBA
Artist’s talk: Miya Masaoka
This lecture is part of the Luce Margin Release series.

Saturday, November 21, Time and Location TBA
Joint concert between the WAM! and OINC ensembles, featuring Masaoka.
This performance is part of the Luce Margin Release series.

Monday, November 23, tentative
Professor Barbara Kirchenblatt-Gimblett, New York University
to speak on Mudd’s Wooden Synagogue exhibition

Wednesday Dec 2nd, 5:00, Art Building, Classroom I
Artist’s talk: Mary Miss
Sponsored by the Allen Memorial Art Museum and the Art Department’s Ellen Johnson Fund and Clarence Ward Fund.

Thursday December 3, Noon, Cat in the Cream
Artist’s talk: Nato Thompson
This lecture is part of the Luce Margin Release series

Thursday, Dec. 3, 5:00pm, Classroom 1
Erik Inglis, Professor of Art, Oberlin College
“The Stars above Paris: Monuments to François Arago, the greatest astronomer in 19th-century France”
In conjunction with the “Starry Dome” exhibition.

Friday, December 4: Christina Neilson class trip to CMA: afternoon

December 4-5: Josh Neufeld, Tentative

Tuesday, December 8, 2:30pm, AMAM
Senior Tuesday Tea
The final Tuesday Tea before the AMAM begins its renovation project features an Oberlin College senior selected from a call for papers presenting on a work in the AMAM collection.

Thursday, December 10, Noon, Cat in the Cream
Artist’s talk: Nato Thompson
http://www.creativetime.org/index.php
This lecture is part of the Luce Margin Release series.

(2008)

February 13, 5:00 PM, Art Building, Classroom I
Felicity Scott, Columbia University: Groovin’ on Time
Clarence Ward Spring 2008 Lecture Series: NEW APPROACHES TO MODERN ARCHITECTURE (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below)

February 23, 12-5 PM, Weltzheimer-Johnson House, Talk.

“Usonian Furniture,” FLW Focus House Tours

February 25, 2008: 12 noon, Cat in the Cream

Visiting Artist Michael Trigilio of NEIGHBORHOOD PUBLIC RADIO

MARGIN RELEASE: Oberlin New Media Lectures, Spring 2008 (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below)

February 26, 4:30 PM, Art Building, Classroom I

Visiting Artist Carroll Dunham. Sponsor: Ellen Johnson Fund.

Note: This lecture accompanies a show of Carroll Dunham’s prints that runs in the Allen from February 5 to March 23.

February 27, 7:00 PM, Adam Joseph Lewis Center, Hallock Auditorium

Visiting Artist Laurie Simmons will screen her film, “The Music of Regret.” Sponsor: Ellen Johnson Fund.

February 29, Fisher Gallery.

Haruspex, a senior studio art show by Kyla Krug-Meadows.

March 5, 12 Noon, Art Building Classroom I, Round Table Discussion

Round-table discussion on Spirituality and Art, lead by Professor Alejandro Garcia-Rivera. Participants will include: Lynn Powell, Mary Hammond, Caroline Jackson-Smith, Steve Plank, Erik Inglis, and visiting artist Inigo Manglano-Ovalles and more!

March 5, 5:00 PM, Art Building, Classroom I

Avigail Sachs, [University of California at Berkeley]: A Postwar Experiment: Research for Architecture

Clarence Ward Spring 2008 Lecture Series: NEW APPROACHES TO MODERN ARCHITECTURE (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below)

March 5, 7:30 pm, AJLC, Hallock Auditorium

Visiting Scholar, Alejandro Garcia-Rivera, Professor of Systematic Theology Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley “The Sense of Beauty and the Talk of God: Theology and The Arts.” Sponsor: Phi Beta Kappa

March 6, 5:00 PM, Art Building, Classroom 1

Visiting Artist Inigo Manglano Ovalle.

Sponsor: Ellen Johnson Fund
March 7, 8 PM, Fisher Gallery, Senior Art Show Opening.

Willie Thurlow’s senior studio art show opening.

March 8, 8 PM, Fisher Gallery, Senior Art Show Opening.

Kelly Lloyd’s senior studio art opening.

March 10, 2008: 12 noon, The Cat in the Cream.

Visiting Artist STEVE KURTZ of the CRITICAL ART ENSEMBLE

MARGIN RELEASE: Oberlin New Media Lectures, Spring 2008. (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below)

March 10, 2008: 7 PM, Craig Lecture Hall.

Screening of “Strange Culture,” a film exploring the events that happened to Steve Kurz of the Critical Art Ensemble, with a Q&A with the subject of the film following.

March 11, 2008: 2:30 PM, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Tuesday Tea.

Professor Nicholas Jones, on Sir Thomas Lawrence’s painting, “Portrait of Eleanor, Lady Wigram”

March 12, 5:00 PM, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Ellen Johnson Gallery

Visiting Artist Lecture: Chris Jordan. Sponsor: Allen Memorial Art Museum

Note: This lecture accompanies a show of Chris Jordan’s works that runs in the Allen from March 11 to June 11.

March 14, 2008: Fisher Gallery, Senior Art Show.

Gabe Cohen and Jolie Signorile present their senior studio work.

March 17, 2008: Visiting Artist Paul Demarinis

MARGIN RELEASE: Oberlin New Media Lectures, Spring 2008 (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below)

March 20, 5:00 PM, Art Building, Classroom I

Larry Busbea, University of Arizona: Topologies: The Urban Utopia in France, 1960-70

Clarence Ward Spring 2008 Lecture Series: NEW APPROACHES TO MODERN ARCHITECTURE

April 1, 4:40 PM, Art Building, Classroom I

Ellen Johnson visiting artist Pema Rinzin will speak about the experience of being a Tibetan Thangka painter in NYC and trying to survive as an artist in a cross-cultural context.

April 3, 5:00 PM, Classroom I

Visiting Artist Lecture: Kori Newkirk. Sponsor: Ellen Johnson Fund.

April 3, 4:30 – 5:30, Art Library, Allen Art Building, Top Floor

Clarence Ward Birthday Party and Exhibition: Envelope Art: Poster and Artistamps from 1850 – 1990.

April 4, Fisher Gallery Senior Art Show.

Kantara Souffrant and Laura Einsel present their senior studio work.

April 8, 2:30 PM, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Tuesday Tea.

Andria Derstine, Curator of the Allen, on the Museum’s new Boucher, Allegory of the Education of Louis XV

April 11, Fisher Gallery, Senior Art Show Opening.

Lizzie Harper’s Senior studio presentation.

FAVA Gallery, Senior Art Show.

Fiona Ritter-Davis’s senior studio presentation.


April 12, 6-10 PM, South Dome, Senior Art Show Opening.

“In Remembering” – Virginia Wagner’s senior studio presentation.

April 11-12,

Working seminar for AGGREGATE [Danny Abramson, Arindam Dutta, John Harwood, Timothy Hyde, Jonathan Massey, Ijlal Muzaffar, Lucia Allais, Pamela Karimi, Meredith TenHoor, Michael Osman]

Clarence Ward Spring 2008 Lecture Series: NEW APPROACHES TO MODERN ARCHITECTURE (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below)
April 17, 4:30 PM, Art Building, Classroom I Lecture: Dr. George Keyes, OC ’68, Chief Curator and Curator of European Art, Detroit Institute of Arts

April 18, 2008, Fisher Gallery, Senior Art Show.

Chrissy Spallone’s senior studio show. Runs until April 22.
April 21, 4:30 PM, Art Building, Classroom I

Lecture: Dr. Carol Eaton Soltis, Consulting Curator, The Center for American Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, “Painting Portraits in Philadelphia, 1790- 1860: tradition and innovation during the years as the nation’s capitol to the eve of the Civil War.” Sponsor: Baldwin Fund

April 22.

  • 12:20 PM, Hallock Auditorium. Carolyn Strauss, of SLOWLab, presenting a public lecture. Sponsored by the Ward Lecture Fund, Ellen Johnson Fund, and Environmental Studies program.
  • 3:00 PM. OKUM post-doctoral fellowship candidate Vandana Baweja presents a public lecture on “A Pre-History of Green Architecture: Otto Koenigsberger and Tropical Architecture, from Princely Mysore to Post-Colonial London.” If you are a student who wishes to talk with the candidate after, please contact Prof. Inglis beforehand.
  • 5:00 PM Art Building, Classroom I Andrew Manson, [Columbia University]: The Latin Origins of Modern Architecture Clarence Ward Spring 2008 Lecture Series: NEW APPROACHES TO MODERN ARCHITECTURE (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below)

APRIL 23, 2008: Visiting Artist NAO BUSTAMANTE

MARGIN RELEASE: Oberlin New Media Lectures, Spring 2008 (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below)

April 25, Fisher Gallery: Senior Art Show.

Jackie Bousek and Marie Barnett jointly present their senior studio works (until Tuesday).

April 26, Location TBA Senior Art Show.

Georgia Wall’s senior art show.

May 2, Fisher Gallery, Senior Art Show.

Samantha Mitchell and Roni Ginach’s senior art shows.

May 5, 5:00 PM, Art Building, Classroom I

Richard Anderson [Columbia University], USA/UK/USSR: Architecture and War.

Clarence Ward Spring 2008 Lecture Series: NEW APPROACHES TO MODERN ARCHITECTURE (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below).
May 6, 2008: Visiting Artist PAPER RAD

MARGIN RELEASE: Oberlin New Media Lectures, Spring 2008 (for a more detailed overview of the series as a whole, see below.

May 7, 2008: Honors Candidates Lecture

The two honrs in Art history candiadtes, Ali Cardia and Julia Feldman, will present their projects. Ice Cream will be served.

May 9, 2008: Public Talk on Educational Technologies

At 3:30pm in Classroom 1 Lisa Wisniewski, the Creative Manager of Antenna Audio/Discovery Media, will be speaking about the growing field of museum interpretive technologies.

May 24, 2008, 8-11pm: All-Senior Exhibition, Fisher Gallery

Work included by graduating Studio Art majors and minors.

Sept 18

Justine Kurland

4:30 pm, Art Building Classroom II. Ellen Johnson Visiting Artist Series. “Her photographs operate inside an american tradition of picturing a utopian world. Her subjects have included teen age girls, present day communes, renaissance faire’s and motherhood. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is in the permanent collections of the ICP, the Guggenhiem and the Whitney Museums.”

Sept 21

Frank Lloyd Wright Lecture

1:30 pm, Oberlin Public Library. Cheryl Kuonen presents a free public lecture on FLW.

Sunday Object Talk

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Elizabeth Koehn (OC ‘09) gives a public talk on Richard Hamilton and Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, both part of the current show “Out of Albion: British art at the AMAM.”

Weltzheimer/Johnson House

12-5 pm, Bi-monthly open house of Oberlin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Home.

Sept 25

Matt Coolidge

12:00 pm, Cat in the Cream. Part of the Luce New Media lecture series (see ongoing events).

Sept 29

Siona Wilson

more details TBA.

Oct 4&5

Weltzheimer/Johnson House

12-5 pm, Bi-monthly open house of Oberlin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Home.

Oct 10

Community Day

12-3 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum.

Oct 12

Sunday Object Talk

2 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Lecture TBA.

Oct 13

Lecture: Claudia Pederson and Nicholas Knouf

8 pm, 128 Forest St. formerly named “Orchard St. Kindergarden Studio”

Oct 14

Tuesday Tea

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Collette Crossman, Curator of Education at the Allen, gives a talk on the new show “Out of Albion: British Art at the AMAM.”

Oct 16

Dr. Joyce Szabo

5:00 pm, Location TBA. In conjunction with the exhibition “The Painted Arrow People: Art of the Cheyenne.”

Oct 18

FAVA-AMAM Workshop

1-4 pm, Location TBA.

Oct 19

Weltzheimer/Johnson House

12-5 pm, Bi-monthly open house of Oberlin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Home.

Oct 25

FAVA-AMAM Workshop

1-4 pm, Location TBA.

Oct 26

Sunday Object Talk

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Lecture TBA.

Oct 27

Chris Taylor

12:00 pm, Cat in the Cream. Part of the Luce New Media lecture series (see ongoing events).

Oct 30

Allen After Hours

7-9:30 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum.

Nov 1

FAVA-AMAM Workshop

1-4 pm, Location TBA.

Nov 2

Sunday Object Talk

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Talk given by docent Bret Nolan.
Nov 6

“The Rape of Europa”

7:00 pm, King Lecture Hall (Science Center). A Film screening of a new documentary about art stolen during the Nazi period.

Nov 8

Parents Weekend Allen Tours

3:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Come be led by AMAM’s student docents.

Nov 9

Weltzheimer/Johnson House

12-5 pm, Bi-monthly open house of Oberlin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Home.

Sunday Object Talk

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Talk given by docent Martha Joseph.

Nov 10

Judy Pfaff

more details TBA.

Nov 11

Mary Haverstock

4:30, Art Seminar Room. Local author talks about her newly published book George Bellows: Artist in Action.

Tuesday Tea

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Prof. Wendy Kozol presents.

Nov 13

Dr. Anne Helmreich

4:30 pm, Art Building, Classroom I. Professor form Case Western presents “What is so British about British Art” in conjunction with the AMAM show “Out of Albion: British Art at the AMAM.”

Archeological Institute of America Lecture

7:30 pm, Art Building, Classroom II. Prof. Marcello Barbanera of Universita di Roma, La Sapienza talks on “The Metamorphosis of Ruins for Cultural Identity”

Nov 16

Sunday Object Talk

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Talk given by docent Laura Sico.

Nov 20

Big Box Reuse

4:30 pm, Mudd Library, Moffett Auditorium. Luce Professor of Emerging Arts Julia Christensen speaks on her new book Big Box Reuse.

Nov 23

Sunday Object Talk

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Talk TBA.

Weltzheimer/Johnson House

12-5 pm, Bi-monthly open house of Oberlin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Home.

Dec 7

Weltzheimer/Johnson House

12-5 pm, Bi-monthly open house of Oberlin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Home.

Sunday Object Talk

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. Talk given by docent Erin Child.

Dec 8

Trevor Paglen

12:00 pm, Cat in the Cream. Part of the Luce New Media lecture series (see ongoing events).

Dec 9

Tuesday Tea

2:00 pm, Allen Memorial Art Museum. The last Tuesday tea of the fall semester will be given by Assistant Professor of French Libby Murphy.

Dec 21

Weltzheimer/Johnson House

12-5 pm, Bi-monthly open house of Oberlin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Home.

Past Events (2009)

February 25, Margin Release: Rick Prelinger

Noon, Cat in the Cream

March 5, Oberlin College Research Fellows Brown Bag Lunch Presentation

12:20, Wilder 101. Victoria Werner on “Assessing Small Finds as an Archaeological Conservator: Case Studies from Ancient Italy and Egypt” and Natasha Davis on “Urban Reclamation: The Role of Politicized Street Art in Berlin.”

March 6, Senior Studio Show

Works by Meena Hasan and Helen Lev

March 7-8, Clarence Ward 2009 Lecture Series: Ken Tadashi Oshima

  • March 7, 5 PM, Classroom I: lecture on Antonin and Noémi Raymond
  • March 8, 10 AM – 3:30 PM, Toledo: The Glass Pavilion

March 13, Senior Studio Show

Works by Antonio Papania-Davis and John Choi

March 16, Margin Release: Roger Conover

Noon, Cat in the Cream

March 19, Senior Studio Show

Noah Kalos and Nick Wirtz

March 31, Beehive Collective mural presentation
4:30 pm, AJLC

March 31, Professor David Mitten (OC ’57), the James Loeb Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology at Harvard University and the George M.A. Hanfmann Curator of Ancient and Byzantine Art, Emeritus, at the Harvard University Art Museum, The Joy of Teaching Ancient Art through Objects
5:00 pm, Classroom 1, Art Building

April 1, Pioneer Species presents Robert Banks April Fools Screening
9:00 pm, West Lecture Hall

April 2, Professor David Mitten (OC ’57), the James Loeb Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology at Harvard University and the George M.A. Hanfmann Curator of Ancient and Byzantine Art, Emeritus, at the Harvard University Art Museum, “A Classical Archaeologist’s Backward Look
4:30 pm, classroom 1

April 3, Senior Studio Show
Hannah Vaughan and Savannah Mirisola-Sullivan

April 3, Community Day at the AMAM
noon-4 pm, with FAVA workshop 1-4 pm

April 5, Conversational Tour of the Weltzheimer/Johnson House
noon-5 PM, every hour on the hour

April 7, Tuesday Tea at the AMAM
2 PM, Anna-Claire Stinebring discusses Self-Portrait as a Painter

April 8, Richard Spear Lecture, Painting for Profit in Baroque Rome
4:30 pm, classroom 1

April 10, Senior Studio Show
Cara Turrett and Helen Stuhr-Rommereim

April 12, FAVA/AMAM Workshop
1:00- 4:00 pm

April 13-20, Margin Release: SIMPARCH residency
Public Lecture April 13, noon, Cat in the Cream

April 14, Tuesday Tea
2:30 pm, Melissa Duffes presents

April 14, Guest Lecture
5:00 pm, Tonya Ingersol

April 15, Pioneer Species presents Dirty Laundry
E. Lorain St. Laundromat

April 17, Senior Studio Show
Ayla Zeimer and Sara Krugman

April 18, Senior Installation
Senior dance major Hannah Verrill presents an installation work in the basement of Warner Gymnasium.

April 18, FAVA-AMAM Workshop
1:00- 4:00 pm

April 19, Sunday Object talk
2:00 pm, Rachel Garcia-Grossman presents on an Untitled Jenny Holzer

April 19, Conversational Tour of the Weltzheimer/Johnson House
noon-5 PM, every hour on the hour

April 24, Senior Studio Show
Amy Rinaldi

April 26, Sunday Object Talk

May 1-2, South Asian Architectural and Urban History

details TBA.

May 1, Senior Studio Show
Lauren Barrett and Andrew Spencer

May 3, Conversational Tour of the Weltzheimer/Johnson House
noon-5:00 pm, every hour on the hour

May 3, Sunday Object Talk
2:00 pm, Jane Hayden presents on Reclining Figure No. 1 by Henry Moore

May 7, Esc Talk
4:30 pm, Arzu Ozkal’s studio. The final esc new media lecture of the semester

May 8, Senior Honors Talks
4:00 pm, Matt Gin, Martha Joseph, Alexandra Sterman, and Lindsay DuPertuis, Honors in Art History candidates, present on their honors theses.

May 8, Senior Studio Show
9:00 pm, Fisher Gallery I ❤ Art, works by Hilary Zarabi-Aazam and Serena Roma

May 10, Sunday Object Talk
2:00 pm, Lauren Schwartzman presents on St. John the Baptist by Tanzio da Varallo

May 12, Senior Tuesday Tea
2:30 pm, Anna Claire Stinebring will present the final Tuesday Tea of the year

May 17, Sunday Object Talk
2:00 pm, Eliza Martin presents on Guanyin

 

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