Please join us for a lecture by art historian Juli Carson, Professor of Art at the University of California, Irvine, where she directs the Critical and Curatorial Studies Program, and the University Art Galleries. Her talk “The Hermeneutic Impulse: Aesthetics of an Untethered Past” will be held on Tuesday, March 13 at 6:00 pm in College Hall, B1 (AUB) and is open to the public. See flyer below for details.
Please join us for a lecture by art historian Beatrice von Bismarck, Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at the Academy of Visual Arts (Leipzig). Her talk “The Political Structure of the Exhibition” will be held on Friday, Dec. 1 at 6:00 pm in College Hall, B1 (AUB) and is open to the public.
See flyer below for details.
Prof. von Bismarck will be in residence at AUB during Spring 2018 in the Art History program as the Philippe Jabre Visiting Professor in Art History and Curating, and will be teaching a course on curating as part of the program’s MA in Art History and Curating.
The FAAH department invites you to a free public lecture by Prof. Anthony Cutler (Professor of Art History, Penn State University) entitled “Dissolving the Fourth Wall” on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, at 5:00 pm in College Hall, Auditorium B1 (AUB).
See the flyer below for more details.
Join us on Thursday, March 30 at 6:00 pm in College Hall, B1 for a public lecture entitled “Decisive Constructions: Art After the Crises of the Image” by Amanda Beech, Dean of Critical Studies at CalArts, which is part of the AUB Art Galleries and the Department of Fine Arts and Art History’s Jabre Lecture Series in Art History and Curating .
Amanda Beech will be visiting AUB from March 25th-April 7th, 2017, as a URB Visiting Scholar, co-hosted by the Department of Fine Arts and Art History and the Department of Philosophy.
See the PDF flyer for more details about the Jabre lecture: Beech Poster
Also join us on Friday, March 31 at 5:00-7:00 pm in College Hall, Auditorium B1 for a public screening of Beech’s video works Final Machine, 2013 and Sanity Assassin, 2010, which will be followed by a conversation with Ray Brassier (AUB, Philosophy) and Angela Harutyunyan (AUB, FAAH). Visit the following for more information about this event: https://www.facebook.com/events/680007578872779/