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Art History Symposium

Nazi looting, the Monuments Men, and Art Restitution Today

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Mac Edgerton: Norman Rockwell

Friday, April 10th 4:30 - 5:30 pm 301 Williams Hall Artist Norman Rockwell’s most productive years took place while he lived in Arlington, Vermont. It was also during that time that he lived directly next-door to author James “Buddy” Edgerton, who openly shares his personal stories of Norman as a painter, but more importantly as a close friend and neighbor.  From the canvas to his personal life, Buddy provides colorful insight into the life of the American painter like never before.

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Invasive Light Show Poster


Invasive Light

An Exhibition by The Art Departments Photography lab Coordinator Dan Payn feturing new works from two series of images.  Invasive Light explores the ideas of our relationship with invasive species and bioengineering / genetic modification as well as our relationship to photography and it's inherent capture and presentation of ...

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Visiting Artist Talk: Bill Jacobson: Into the Loving Nowhere: Photographs, 1989 Till Now

The photographer Bill Jacobson will present a talk, “Into the Loving Nowhere: Photographs, 1989 Till Now” on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. in Williams Hall room 301 at The University of Vermont. The talk is sponsored by the Department of Art & Art History, and supported by the Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visual Arts.

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