Gladys S. Blizzard Lecture
This annual lecture, named in honor of a beloved Museum educator and author of the “Come Look With Me” series of children’s books about art, brings a prominent member of the art world to Charlottesville.
Thursday, March 25 Compression
by Tim Griffin, Editor of Artforum
International Conference and Workshop
March 11-13 Cultural Crossings Conference, China and Beyond in the Medieval Period
and Workshop, Digital Projects in Asian Art and Humanities Full details >
Related Lectures Sponsored by the Lindner Center for Art History For more information, call 434.924.6123
Thursday, February 4 On not making boys:
David Smith, Frank O'Hara
& gender assignment
by David J. Getsy,
Goldabelle McComb Finn Distinguished Chair in Art History and Associate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Thursday, February 25 The Dream of the Moving Moses: Michelangelo and the Jewish Imagination
by Asher D. Biemann,
Associate Professor for Modern Jewish Thought and Intellectual History and Nathan Kolodiz Director of Jewish Studies, University of Virginia
Wednesday, March 17 The Raw and the Cooked: The Aesthetic Principle in Aboriginal Art
by Judith Ryan,
Senior Curator of Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
7 pm Kluge-Ruhe Collection
Free; reservations required. Call 434.244.0234 to make a reservation.
In this slide talk, Judith Ryan will discuss aesthetics and politics, revealing how she looks at Aboriginal art.
Thursday, March 18 Janine Antoni, Artist Talk
March 18, 6 pm
Arts Enhancement Event
Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts
The University of Virginia Art Museum exhibits art from around the world dating from ancient times to the present. In addition to its permanent collection, the Museum offers changing exhibitions, accompanied by related programs and publications.
Reproduction, including downloading of Albers, Davis, Frost, Shapiro, and Warhol works is prohibited by copyright laws and international conventions without the express written permission of Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.