Join Andrea Way in a gallery talk about her exhibition "Andrea Way: Retrospective 1982-2012," on display through March 17.
Washington, D.C., artist Andrea Way's surfaces are beautiful and exquisitely detailed. Her process is original and idiosyncratic, which Washington independent art critic David Tannous describes as "…the combination of two almost antithetical elements: the elaboration of a …more
The Fellows Converge: The Obstructions Gallery Talk
This exhibition is a collaboration with the Hamiltonian Gallery along with Hamiltonian Artists, a non-profit career incubator for the next generation of contemporary visual artists. It features new work by the 2012 Hamiltonian Fellows: Amy Boone-McCreesh, Milana Braslavsky, Billy Friebele, Nora Howell, Annette Isham, Matthew Mann, Joshua Wade …more
Visiting artist Gianna Commito gives a lecture at 6 p.m. in Katzen Center, Room 246. The event is free and open to the public.
Gianna Commito has exhibited her work at MoCA, Cleveland, the Weatherspoon Art Museum in North Carolina, Geoffrey Young Gallery in Massachusetts, and The Drawing Center and Taxter and Spengemann gallery in New York City. She received her MA and MFA from the University of …more
Abramson Family Recital Hall, Katzen Arts Center Admission is free
How does the brain experience art? Why does it move us? Do aesthetics evolve biologically? The 2013 American University Arts Management Spring Colloquium explores the growing field of neuroaesthetics with an emphasis on the visual brain. Artist Shahin Shikhaliyev will give a lecture, followed by a panel discussion with Terry …more
Art and the Mind of Meditation Guided Tour Saturday, February 23, 2 p.m. American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center Admission is free
Explore the connection between the practice of meditation and the creation and appreciation of art in this interactive presentation and discussion with members of the Shambhala Meditation Center community (dc.shambhala.org). Following a brief introduction to …more
Join Susan Yanero in a gallery talk about her exhibition "Susan Yanero," on display through March 17.
Former AU professor Alan Feltus describes Susan Yanero's paintings as… "close to abstraction while being, at the same time, fascinating images of her interior world made through the magic of the immediacy of her brushstroke laying down color in such a way that drawing and painting and surface …more