University Art Gallery Exhibition: Last Day
Encounters: Art in the City is open at the University Art Gallery, the culminating event of an experiential learning course offered by the History of Art and Architecture department that was generously funded by the University Honor’s College.
Julia Sienkewicz Colloquium
"Decomposing Landscapes: Benjamin Henry Latrobe's Renderings of Ruins in Early National Virginia"
Mrinalini Rajagopalan Colloquium
“From Common Courtesan to Designing Dowager: The Architectural Projects of Begum Samru, 1806-1836”
Constellation: Environment, Identity
Rachel Miller Colloquium
“The Indies Down Here:” Triumphant Imagery in the Jesuit Mission in Naples
Brian Curran Lecture
"Of Gods and Monsters: An Egyptian Bestiary in Early Modern Rome"
Gregory Smithsimon Lecture
"Public Space as an International Human Right: From Kiev to Cairo to New York City"
Join us for the fourth installment of undergraduate research, creative work, and achievement!
Katheryn M. Linduff Colloquium
“Artifacts that Invoke the Aura and Authority of the Ancient”
Friends of Frick Fine Arts Lecture
"A Dome of Majestic Proportion" : Researching Cass Gilbert's West Virginia State Capitol, Drs. David and Ann Thomas Wilkins
Renee Gondek Colloquium
“Features of the Ferryman: Identifying Charon on Red-figure Loutrophoros Fragments from the Sanctuary of the Nymphs”