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Ruprecht Fund Lecture: Polly Apfelbaum – Time Capsule

UVM Department of Art and Art History and The Mollie Ruprecht Visiting Artists and Critics Lecture Series presents: Polly Apfelbaum Time Capsule Wedensday, April 16 5:30 pm 301 Williams Hall Polly Apfelbaum is an artist who lives and works in …

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Visiting Artist Talk: Hal Foster

The University of Vermont Department of Art and Art History presents: Hal Foster: lecture on Wednesday, February 19 at 5:30 in Williams 301 (2nd and final visit) Hal Foster, Townsend Martin ’17 Professor of Art and Archaeology, came to Princeton …

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Art History Talk Lisa Crossman: Digital photography, new media and bio art of Argentine artists Andrea Juan, Joaquín Fargas and Grupo Proyecto Biopus

UVM Department of Art and Art History proudly presents: Lisa Crossman: Digital photography, New Media and Bio Art of Argentine Artists Andrea Juan, Joaquín Fargas and Grupo Proyecto Biopus Wednesday, November 13th at 5:30 p.m. 301 Williams Hall This  lecture …

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THE 14 ANNUAL ROLAND BATTEN MEMORIAL LECTURE on Architecture and Design will be presented by Matthys Levy

THE 14 ANNUAL ROLAND BATTEN MEMORIAL LECTURE on Architecture and  Design will be presented by Matthys Levy Wednesday OCTOBER 23 rd at 5:30  P.M. in 301 WILLIAMS HALL at The University of Vermont. The lecture is sponsored by the Roland Batten …

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Ruprecht Fund Lecture: John Newman

The University of Vermont Department of Art and Art History And The Mollie Ruprecht Visiting Artists and Critics Lecture Series Present a lecture by: John Newman Wednesday, April 10 5:30 p.m. 301 Williams Hall John Newman has had over 50 …

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Ruprecht Fund Lecture: Nina Bovasso – Traveling in a Wider Circumference

Nina Bovasso, lighting the way through dark passage.., 2012, 84 x 88 inches, acrylic, ink and w/c on paper(diptych) The Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visiting Artists and Scholars presents: Nina Bovasso Traveling in a Wider Circumference Wednesday, November 28 5:30 …

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13th Roland Batten Memorial Lecture – Heresies : Cultural Criticism in the context of the Commercialization, Privatization and Militarization of a small New England City. A shaggy dog story.

THE thirteenth ANNUAL  ROLAND BATTEN MEMORIAL LECTURE on Architecture and Design speaker- Louis Mannie Lionni Heresies : Cultural Criticism in the context of the Commercialization, Privatization and Militarization of a small New England City. A shaggy dog story. Wednesday,  October  17 …

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Ruprecht Fund Lecture: Howard Singerman – A Reserve Army of Intellectuals

A Reserve Army of Intellectuals Howard Singerman Monday, October 8, 2012 5:30 p.m. The University of Vermont 301 Williams Hall This lecture is sponsored by the Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visiting Artists and Scholars Howard Singerman’s lecture A Reserve Army …

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Ruprecht Lecture: Conrad Bakker

Wednesday, September 12 5:30 pm Williams Hall 301   The artist will discuss his work and upcoming BCA Center Exhibition, “Untitled Projects: Seasonal Economies,” opening Friday, September 14th, from 5-8 pm. More information: http://www.burlingtoncityarts.org/BCACenter/Exhibition.aspx?e=p&id=5872   About Conrad Bakker and “Untitled Projects: …

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2012 Art History Symposium

Wednesday, April 25th: 5:30pm-7pm, 301 Williams Hall Sabreen Abed-Rabbo, “The Expressionistic Use of Illumination in Safavid Manuscripts” Jesse Keefe, “Memory and Expectation Within Persian Miniatures” Hannah Cohn, “Archaism Within the Gigantomachy Frieze at Pergamon” Lauryn Schrom, “Messages in the Della Rovere …

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The Ruprecht Fund presents: Jennifer Johung – Vital Dependencies: Bio-Art, Architecture and Infrastructures of Care

Speaker: Jennifer Johung, associate professor of art history, and director of the Art History Gallery at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Title: Vital Dependencies: Bio-Art, Architecture and Infrastructures of Care Time and place: April 4, 2012, 6 pm, Williams 301 Synthetic biology builds or …

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The Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture: Sebastiaan Bremer

The Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visiting Artists and Scholars presents: Sebastiaan Bremer Wednesday, November 30 5:30 PM 301 Williams Hall Department of Art and Art History The University of Vermont  ‘Egmont  # 11′ 2011, inks and acrylic on c-print Sebastiaan …

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The Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture: Fred Tomaselli

  The Mollie Ruprecht Fund for Visiting Artists and Scholars presents: Fred Tomaselli Wednesday, November 16 5:30 301 Williams Hall Department of Art and Art History The University of Vermont Fred Tomaselli is best known for his meticulous, seductive paintings …

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How Clothes Make the Man: Textile Art in Ancient Central Asia – Talk by Professor William Mierse

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12th Annual Roland Batten Lecture: Line, Form and Texture – Landscape Architecture. Speaker: Keith Wagner

THE  TWELFTH ANNUAL ROLAND BATTEN MEMORIAL LECTURE on Architecture and Design “LINE, FORM, TEXTURE” a brief survey of recent works by H. Keith Wagner Partnership Speaker:  H. Keith Wagner Principal/Landscape Architect with H. Keith Wagner Partnership of Burlington, Vermont Wednesday,  …

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Art History Symposium

Art History Symposium 2011 5:30-7pm, Monday 4/25, Williams 301 • Bronwen Gulkis, “The Origin and Development of the Mughal Floral Motif” • Ali Dubin, “Mending the Strife Between Earth and World: A Heideggerian Reading of Central Indian Painting” • Elizabeth …

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Betsey Garand: Proof of Existence – Drawings and Prints

Visiting Artist Exhibit UVM Colburn Gallery March 28th – April 8th Gallery Talk and Reception at 5:30 on April 7th Hark II 2010 Two zinc plates: lift-ground aquatint monoprint and monotype Bio: Betsey Garand is a New Hampshire native where …

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Susanne Kubersky-Piredda: The King and his Jester. Material Diplomacy at the Court of Philip II of Spain

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Ki Ho Park, “Everything Must Go”

Photographer Ki Ho Park will exhibit his photographs of stores left vacant due to the recession at the Colburn Gallery in Williams Hall, UVM February 14 through March 4, 2010. The exhibition is open Monday-Friday 9-5. For further information contact …

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Burack Lecture Series: Anne Wagner – Women’s Time: Martin and Truit in the Moment of Minimalism

Monday, November 8th at 6:30 pm 301 Williams Hall Anne M. Wagner’s work has appeared in such journals as Artforum, Representations, October, and The Threepenny Review. Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux: Sculptor of the Second Empire, was published in 1986, and Three Artists …

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Jonathan Harris presents: contrasting the artistic process in traditional and digital media

*Artist-in-Residence Jonathan Harris will present contrast the artistic process in traditional and digital media* *November 3, 2010 *5:30 pm *301 Williams Hall Jonathan Harris *In this art focused lecture he will explore the nature of artistic practice in both traditional …

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Borderline Realism: Ilya Repin and Russian Painting in the 1870s

Molly Brunson, Assistant Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Slavic Department at Yale University, will lecture on “Borderline Realism: Ilya Repin and Russian Painting in the 1870s.” All are welcome.

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Roland Batten Lecture: Humanitarian Architecture – a presentation of essential built work in Africa, Latin America and Asia

Roland Batten Lecture 2010 October 20, 2010 at 5:30 PM Room 301, Williams Hall, University of Vermont The 2010 Roland Batten Lecture on Architecture will be given by Rolf Kielman, an architect with TruexCullins of Burlington, Vermont. Projects will be …

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Colburn Exhibit: Photos by Peter Gruner Shellenberger

PETER GRUNER SHELLENBERGER Images made via autoradiography, exposed with uranium forty-five days. (An autoradiograph is a photograph made with radiation.) STATEMENT My work draws from the history of science and photography as well as from knowledge I’ve gained from years …

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Art History Symposium: Presentations by art history students

The UVM Department of Art and Art History presents: Art History Symposium Wednesday, May 5th at 4 pm – 6 pm 301 Williams Hall Reception to follow ( in conjunction with the opening reception for Senior Show in the Colburn …

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Visiting Artist Talk: Christopher Thompson

Christopher Thompson April 14 5:30PM in 301 Williams Hall Christopher Thompson uses corporate information graphics and business analysis techniques to investigate the perceived incomprehensible nature of contemporary art. The completed series form a social critique of the effect that educational, …

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Visiting Artist Talk: ALLAN McCOLLUM

WEDNESDAY MARCH 3, 5:30PM 301 Williams Hall Fantasies of ubiquitous distribution– or, as he puts it: “our dreams of things appearing everywhere at once”–has been a recurrent theme in Allan McCollum’s work for most of his career; yet some of …

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Local Opportunities in the Arts

Talk by former UVM Art and Art History students Laurel Fulton and Amanda Sanfilippo’07 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, 2010 AT 5:30 PM  301 WILLIAMS HALL LAUREL FULTON is a painter living and working in Burlington. She studied painting at Bard College …

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Veiled Geography: Impermanent Drawings

An exhibition of recent work by artist Renee Van Der Stelt “My work explores how a drawing can affect and shape space. How do we think about space, and how are conceptions of space informed by our knowledge of such …

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Artist Talk Matthew McConville

On Wednesday January 20, Matthew McConville will be speaking about his work in room 301 Williams  at 5:30. He is currently completing a resisency at the Vermont Studio Center. Here is an excerpt from his artist statement These paintings are …

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