History of Art and Architecture

Past Events

Wed
Jan
27
2016

Colleen O'Reilly Colloquium

Berenice Abbott’s Physics Photography

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Wed
Jan
20
2016

Dr. Francesca Torello Colloquium

Exhibiting architecture. The making of the CMoA cast collection, between educational goals and professional debate

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Tue
Dec
08
2015

Lecture and Demonstration by Staycee and Herman Pearl

The University Art Gallery will host a lecture and demonstration featuring Staycee Pearl, artistic director and founder of Staycee Pearl Dance Project in collaboration with her partner Herman Pearl.

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Wed
Dec
02
2015

Isabelle Chartier Colloquium

Provenance Research at the University Art Gallery: A Collaborative and Pedagogical Approach

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Sat
Nov
21
2015

Australian Pavilion Program: Australian Performance Art Then And Now

Terry Smith, art historian, Art & Language member, and author of the seminal essay “The Provincialism Problem”, presents a selection of Australian performance videos from the 1970s, followed by an in-depth discussion with artists and curators from the Australian ‘Pavilion Without Walls’. 

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Wed
Nov
18
2015

Annika Johnson Colloquium

“Southern Minnesotan Pipestone and the Confluence of Dakota Indian and Euro-American Artistic Traditions”

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Wed
Nov
11
2015

Nicole Scalissi Colloquium

Body Swap: Grief and Shifting Identities in Ana Mendieta’s Rape Scene

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Tue
Nov
10
2015

Remembering Aaron Sheon

We are saddened to announce the passing of our dear colleague Aaron Sheon. Please join us for a memorial tribute tomorrow evening, November 10, at 6:00pm in our cloister.  

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Mon
Nov
09
2015

Fall 2015 Museum Studies Exhibition

The University Art Gallery on the Oakland campus will present “Exposure: Black Voices in the Arts”, a student-curated exhibition that celebrates the artwork of local Black artists. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

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Wed
Nov
04
2015

Meredith North Colloquium - Cancelled

“Representation and Collaboration: Goethe and Tischbein in Itinera”

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