Fall 2019 Upcoming Events
On Friday, October 25, 2019, the 45th annual Cleveland Symposium, titled Visualizing Sound & Silence in Art & Architecture, will take place in the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Recital Hall.
Prior Membership Events – 2019/2020
Friends of Art hosted a graduate student picnic at Squire Valleevue on August 24, 2019.
Candids below show students, faculty, and Friends of Art.
At the 15th Annual Graduate Awards Ceremony on May 1, 2019, Friends of Art presented awards to Reed O’Mara for the best paper by an MA student, to Samantha Truman for the best paper by a PhD student and to Dominique deLuca for the best overall performance by a PhD student.
A pop-up tour of the Scandinavian Art Exhibition by a second year cohort of Art History Museum Studies Students was given on Wednesday, April 17, 2019, at the Cleveland Museum of Art / Gallery 234
On February 24th, 2019, Michael Weil, PhD, CWRU ’07 gave a talk entitled “Stieglitz’s Dream O’Keeffe’s Reality“, to a standing room only audience at the Linsalata Alumni Center.
The Friend of Friends Faculty Lecture was held on February 3rd, 2019, was given by Maggie Popkin who spoke on Specular Souvenirs: Sports Memorabilia in the Roman Empire.
On Saturday afternoon, December 1st, 2018, Friends of Art and guests made their way to the iconic Rose Iron Works for a tour of the facilities.
Co-chaired by graduate students Jacob Emmett and Angelica Verducci on October 26th, 2018, the day-long Cleveland Symposium featured papers on Built Environments and Performances of Power. Keynote speaker, Dr. John Hopkins, Assistant Professor of Art History and Classical Studies at Rice University, specializes in Architecture of the Roman Empire. The writers of the three winning papers can be found below, along with pictures of the graduate speakers of the symposium.
Rachael Ozerkevich, PhD student, Art History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: “Failed Sports Space: Unsuccessfully Build Environments at the 1900 Olympics”
Anthony Meyer, PhD student, Art History, University of California, Los Angeles: “Coming into Contact? Spatial Experiences of Patio Crosses in Sixteenth Century New Spain”