Upcoming Events 2015-16

Steffani Jemison: Promise Machine

November 4, 2015, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Danforth Hall


2015-2016 History of Art and Architecture Lecture Series

Art of the Ancient World & its Afterlife:
Transformations of the Classical Tradition:

February 12th, 5:30  List Art Center Rm 110  Reception to follow
Alex Potts, University of Michigan, Max Loehr Collegiate Professor, History of Art
"Nineteenth Century Realism and the Picturing of the Social in the Early Modern Art"

February 16th, 12:00, Tuesday roundtable,  KELLY WHITFORD, 210 List

February 29th, 5:30  List Art Center Rm 110
Tim Barringer, Yale University, Paul Mellon Professor, History of Art
"Thomas Cole's Journey:  Atlantic Crossings in the Nineteenth Century"

March 1st, 12:00, Tuesday roundtable, MAAN AL SAHOUI

March 4th, 12:00, SARAH ROVANG run through of Frick talk, 425 List

March 8th, 12:00,  Tuesday roundtable, EMILY MONTY, "Mannerism and Mobility in the World of Federico Zuccaro, 210 List

March 14-15th, "Materializing Sanctity, Enacting Authority:  Text, Image and Performance in China and India"  Asian Studies colloquium (Organized by AMY HUANG)

April 13th, DANA TANG, architect + parner in Glucksman, Tang.  Time and venue TBA

April 14th 5:30 List Art Center Rm 110
Ewa Lajer-Burchart, Harvard University, William Dorr Boardman Professor of Fine Arts
"The Painter's Touch:  Meaning and Materiality in Chardin"

April 15th, 12:00, DAVID YOUNG KIM (The Traveling Artist in the Italian Renaissance, UPenn Art History Department) at Italian Studies, 190 Hope Street, first floor.

April 21st, 12:00  ITOHAN OSAYIMWESE, "Sea, Wall, Camp:  Architecture and the Migration Crisis in Europe" Brown Bag Luncheon (Venue TBA)

April 28th, 5:30  List Art Center Rm 110
Wendy Bellion, University of Delaware, College of Arts and Sciences, American Art and Material Culture
"Representing Iconoclasm:  New York, 1776"

May 3rd, 5:30   Location to be determined
Mary Roberts,
Professor of Art History and Nineteenth-century Studies, University of Sydney
"Collecting Islamic Art, 1865-1896: A transcultural Perspective"

For more information, please contact Marjorie_Lane@Brown.edu