Never the Same Day Twice: Art History and Curatorial Practice Virginia Treanor, associate curator for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, will present a lecture on her adventures as a curator and how she has learned to balance exhibition planning with unexpected challenges and opportunities. Reception to follow. Free and open to the public.
Sam Moyer introduces students and the public to her work, which fuses the languages of painting, sculpture, and photography. Moyer’s work is featured in the exhibition New Ruins at the American University Museum. Free and open to the public. Location: Katzen 201
Valerie Hegarty introduces students and the public to her interdisciplinary practice, which includes painting, sculpture, and installations that address themes of memory, place, and history. Free and open to the public.Location: Katzen 201
Foregrounding the Background: Dutch and Flemish Images of Household Servants Diane Wolfthal, the David and Caroline Minter Chair in the Humanities and a professor of art history at Rice University, presents a lecture on images of servants in Netherlandish art, challenging previous interpretations of such images to better understand the rich and complex web of attitudes towards servitude that …more