November 13, 6pm
Freeman Auditorium, 205 Woldenberg Art Center, reception following in Woodward Way
Clare Twomey is a British artist and a research fellow at the University of Westminster who works with clay in large-scale installations, Sculpture and site-specific works. Over the past 10 years she has exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate, Crafts Council, Museum of Modern Art Kyoto Japan, the Eden Project and the Royal Academy of Arts.
This lecture is supported by the Graduate Studies Student Association (GSSA), the Newcomb Art Department, and the Joann Flom Greenberg Endowed Fund.
Art History Works in Progress
Allison Caplan: "Cruces hechas todas de oro y pluma: Reception of 'Hybrid' Art Work in Motlinîa's Historia de los indios de Nueva España"
Emily Floyd: "Early Peruvian Imprints and the Codification of Quechua: Decorations as Allies of Colonization?"
Tuesday. October 8, 6pm
209 Woldenberg Art Center
Terry K. Simmons Lecture in Art History
Barbara Mundy, The Death of Tenochtitlan, the Life of Mexico City: Transformations of a 16th-Century Capital
Tuesday, September 10, 6pm
Stone Auditorium, 210 Woldenberg Art Center, reception to follow
When Spanish armies destroyed the Aztec capital, what became of the indigenous city? Prize-winning author Barbara Mundy of Fordham University takes a new look at the end, and the beginning, of one of the largest cities in the Americas.
Friday and Saturday, December 6 and 7, 10 am - 4 pm
Eoin Breadon: Visiting Artist
The Tulane Newcomb Glass Art program welcomes visiting artist Eoin Breadon to the Pace-Willson Glass Studio Monday September 23 and Tuesday September 24, 2013. Breadon's work is influenced by Irish folklore and craftsmanship. He trained in glass studios in Ireland, Australia and the United States and is now Assistant Professor of Art (Glass) at University of Wisconsin, River Falls. Events will include several hot glass demonstrations, culminating with a public artist talk and reception on September 24 at 5:30pm. All events will take place in the Pace-Willson Glass Studio in the Woldenberg Art Center. This event is supported by the Joann Flom Greenberg Endowed Fund and the Tulane University, School of Liberal Arts, Center for Scholars.
Cast glass sculpture by Ben Kim
Glass Sculpture Exhibit on the Quad
The Newcomb Art Department presents an outdoor exhibition of glass sculpture by students in Professor Gene Koss' intermediate class.
Thursday, May 2, 11 am - 4 pm, LBC Quad
Collective Lens Reflex
a group show featuring the work of Tulane University's "Foundations of Art: Photography" students
Ten Gallery, 4432 Magazine Street, April 6 - 27, 2013
Visiting Ceramic Artist Deborah Schwartzkopf
April 16 and 17, 2013
Demonstrations: Tuesday and Wednesday. 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., room 122, Woldenberg Art Center
Slide Talk: Wednesday April 17th at 4:30 p.m. in Stone Auditorium
This event is free and open to the public and was made possible with help from: Joann Flom Greenberg Endowed Fund, Tulane University School of Liberal Arts Center for Scholars, Sandra Gerrard Memorial Fund.
Memorial for Sandy Chism
Friday, March 8, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m., Rogers Memorial Chapel
The Newcomb Art Department will be holding a memorial service for Sandy Chism, Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing, on Friday, March 8, 2013, at 3:00pm in the Rogers Memorial Chapel at Tulane University. A reception will follow in Woodward Way in the Woldenberg Art Center.
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Opening reception: Thursday January 17, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m..
Artists: Leslie Addison, Robin Denny, Rachael Depauw, William Depauw, Laura Gipson, Daniel Kelly IV, Joel Kelly, Mary Jane Parker, Yuka Petz, Megan Roniger, Blake Sanders, Hannah March Sanders, Karoline Schleh, George Yerger
Exhibition dates: January 14 - February 6, 2013
Exhibition title taken from Robert Frank's photographic book of 1952.
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