Oct. 8-14, 1999
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"7 a.m." by Philip GeigerMeridian presents art & literature series at the Bayly museum

Meridian, the literary magazine produced by U.Va.'s M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing, will sponsor a series of events focusing on the connections between the visual and the literary arts. To complement the Fall 1999 issue's featured paintings by McIntire Department of Art professor Philip Geiger, the Bayly Art Museum will host the Art & Literature Series this October at the museum.

  • Oct. 15-31. Paintings by Philip Geiger. Iron Gate Study Gallery.
  • Oct. 19. Gallery Talk on Philip Geiger's paintings. Stephen Margulies, Bayly Art Museum curator of works on paper. 7:30 p.m., Pine Room Gallery.
  • Oct. 28. Panel Discussion on Narrative in Visual and Literary Art. Paul Barolsky, art professor and Stephen Margulies, both of U.Va.; Karl Ackerman, fiction writer; and Peter Tatistcheff, Tatistcheff Gallery. English professor Alison Booth of U.Va., will moderate.


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