2012-2013 Events Calendar
All events are free unless noted
Spring Semester 2013
Events and Speakers' Schedule, Department of Art History and Art
“Collecting Prints for the Cleveland Museum of Art.” Distinguished Alumna Lecture given by Jane Glaubinger, Curator of Prints at the CMA, 5:30pm in the Recital Hall at the CMA.
"Luxury, Commerce, and Death in the Villas Buried by Vesuvius at Oplontis." Julius Fund Lecture in Ancient Art, 5:30pm in the Recital Hall at the CMA. The speaker is John R. Clarke, Annie Laurie Howard Regents Professor, Director of the Oplontis Project, University of Texas at Austin.
Undergraduate Art History Symposium Space and the Aesthetic Environment, 12:00pm-6:00pm in the Recital Hall at the CMA.
April 8 and 9
"Naked at Prayer: Religious Art and Scandal in Fifteenth-century France," Harvey Buchanan Lecture in Art History and the Humanities, 5:30pm in the CMA Recital Hall. The speaker is Thom Kren, Associate Director of Collections at The Getty Museum.
Fall Semester 2012
Past Events and Speakers' Schedule
Department orientation for new art history graduate students, 12:30 -1:30 Mather House; lunch provided
First day of classes
Fall Convocation, Severance Hall, 4:30-6:30
CAS New Faculty Reception, KSL, 4-6pm
Baker Nord Center for the Humanities Faculty Work In-Progress
"Dexter Davis: Artist on an Urban Battlefield," Henry Adams, 4:30-5:30, Clark Hall Room 206, 11130 Bellflower Road.
Reception begins at 4:15. Free and open to the public, registration recommended.
Friends of Art welcome reception for Erin Benay and Elina Gertsman 11:30-1:30 Mather 100; lunch provided
CMA Director’s Reception to welcome new graduate students, 4:30-6:30
Foreign Language Reading Exam, 12:30-1:30, Mather House 100
Thomas Dale, Professor of Medieval Art at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, will deliver a Julius Fund lecture entitled "Experiencing Romanesque Sculpture: The Body, the Senses, and Affect" on Wednesday, November 7. The lecture will take place at 5:30, in Clark Hall 206 (Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities); it will be followed by a reception.
Art Talk by Amanda Castleberry, "Universal Culture in the 'Childhood of Mankind': Paul Gauguin's The Call," Recital Hall, CMA @ 2:30PM
First Draft of MA Qualifying Paper due to 1st reader
Revised Draft of MA QP due to 1st and 2nd readers
Last day of classes
Final Draft of MA QP due to 1st and 2nd readers
Polished MA QP due to both readers to sign
Final grades due by 11:00am
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