2018 Lectures

 

February 7 in Tinkham Veale Ballroom A
Baker-Nord Distinguished Faculty Lecture by Henry Adams, CWRU
Thomas Hart Benton, Jackson Pollock and the Secrets of El Greco

 

February 14 in Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Munich Auditorium
The Cleveland Archaeological Society and The Archaeological Institute of America Lecture by Chair Elizabeth Bolman, CWRU
The Discovery and Conservation of the Red Monastery Church (late 5th c. C.E.), Upper Egypt

 

February 28 in CMA, Recital Hall
Lecture by Brian Rose,
Museums, Archaeology and War

 

March 26 in the Linsalata Alumni Center
The ARTS @ CWRU – A Special 2 part event
Part 1 is an interactive presentation about FRONT International’s inaugural art triennial, An American City, coming this summer.
Part 2 is ran by photographer, Barney Taxel, Lecturer in the Art Studio Department, who will discuss the moods and beauty of Lake View Cemetery as seen in his Alumni Spotlight Exhibit: Lake View Cemetery: Photographs from Cleveland’s Historic Landmark.

 

April 11 in Kevin Smith Library
The ARTS @ CWRU, Meet the Artist Tony Tasset
Chicago-based artist Tony Tasset will discuss his work, motivations and ideas for the design of his unique project Judy’s Hand Pavilion

 

April 18 in CMA Lecture Hall
Lecture by Roger Bagnall
A Roman City in the Egyptian Desert: Paintings, Potsherds and Politics in the Dakhla Oasis

 

April 20 in CMA, Gartner Auditorium
Event by Pepon Osorio
A Lifetime of Artistic Practice

 

April 30 in the Art Studio
Semester in Review Art Exhibition – Opening Reception

 

May 2 in CMA Recital Hall
Lecture by Gudrun Bühl, CMA Director and Curator of the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection
Housing the Body – Dressing the House. Studying and Displaying Byzantine Textiles

 

October 17 in Cleveland Museum of Art Recital Hall
Julius Fund Lecture in Medieval Art by Marc Michael Epstein, Vassar College
The Subversive Afterlife of Images: Implied, Ensuing Action in Medieval Jewish Visual Culture

 

October 26 in Cleveland Museum of Art
Co-Chairs are Jacob Emmett and Angelica Verduci. The keynote speaker will be Dr. John Hopkins who works on the development of architecture in the Roman Empire.
Annual Cleveland Symposium

 

November 7 in Cleveland Museum of Art Recital Hall
Julius Fund Lecture in Ancient Art by Penelope Davies, University of Texas at Austin
Ancient Art: Destruction and Defiance in Late Republican Rome

 

December 7 in Cleveland Museum of Art Gartner Auditorium
Christiane Gruber, Professor in the Art History Department, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
The Praiseworthy One: Devotional Images of the Prophet Muhammad in Islamic Traditions