Steffani Jemison: Promise Machine
November 4, 2015, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Art of the Ancient World & its Afterlife:
Transformations of the Classical Tradition:
October 5th, 5:30 RI Hall Rm 108
Milette Gaifman, Yale University, Associate Professor, Classics and History of Art
"Divine Fluidities: Between Anthropomorphism and Aniconism"
October 29th, 5:30 List Art Center Rm 110
Bettina Bergmann, Mount Holyoke, Helene Phillips Herzig '49 Professor of Art History
"Nostalgia, Truth, and the Recreation of a Pompeian House"
November 19th, 5:30 RI Hall Rm 108
Michael Koortbojian, Princeton University, M. Taylor Pyne Professor of Art and Archaeology
"Pictorial and Sculptural"
February 12th, 5:30 List Art Center Rm 110 Reception to follow
ANITA GLASS MEMORIAL LECTURE
Alex Potts, University of Michigan, Max Loehr Collegiate Professor, History of Art
February 29th, 5:30 List Art Center Rm 110
Tim Barringer, Yale University, Paul Mellon Professor, History of Art
April 14th 5:30 List Art Center Rm 110
Ewa Lajer-Burchart, Harvard University, William Dorr Boardman Professor of Fine Arts
April 28th, 5:30 List Art Center Rm 110
Wendy Bellion, University of Delaware, College of Arts and Sciences, American Art and Material Culture
Titles and locations will be announced and posted closer to the dates of the talks. For more information, please contact Marjorie_Lane@Brown.edu
PROFESSOR COURTNEY MARTIN participates in RISD DOUBLE TAKES GALLERY CONVERSATIONS
Wednesday, November 11, 12:15-1pm Chace Center Galleries
Double Take: Boyce
Courtney J. Martin and Chris Rose consider space and objects as they look closely at Martine Boyce's work, A Raft in the Roof
Exhibit | 19th Century Architectural Models
This exhibit features some of the best architectural models submitted as final projects for Professor Dietrich Neumann’s Nineteenth-Century Architecture class. This course surveyed stylistic developments, new building types, and changing social conditions of architectural production for the period covering 1800 to 1900. Students were asked either to write a final paper or construct an architecturally accurate model of a building or related work that had originally been created during the 19th century.
Dates: May 15 – September 16, 2015
Location: Finn Reading Room Cases, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, 10 Prospect Street, Providence