Wednesday, October 5th
Weiss 221 | 12-1pm
Join Profs. Elizabeth Lee & Anthony Cervino as they introduce the research they conducted on their recent sabbaticals. Pizza and drink will be served.
Thursday, October 20th
Christie’s Education Information Session | 12pm
Hilary Smith ’06 (Art & Art History major), a recruiter for Christie’s Education, will provide information on the Christie’s Education programs. Christie’s Education programs range from part-time non-degree through full-time masters programs in Modern and Contemporary Art. They also offer a certificate in Art Business and a variety of short courses that deal with diverse topics relevant to today’s art world and market. For more information, students should visit DickinsonConnect or go to http://www.christieseducation.com.
Lecture | 7pm
Lisa Dorrill presents, From Bread Lines to Barns: American Art of the 1930s.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History, Dickinson College.
Career Chats: Careers in Art Administration | 7pm
Emily Kodama ’05 (Russian major), Russian Art Cataloguer for Sotheby’s, will discuss her career path and offer advice and insight to students interested in a career in art administration. Students should sign up for this interactive Skype program through DickinsonConnect.
Friday, October 21st | 4-5 pm
Weiss Center, Room 235
Public Lecture: Reflections and Undercurrents: Ernest Roth and Printmaking in Venice by Eric Denker ’75.
Friday, October 21st | 5-7pm
Opening Exhibition Reception
Reflections and Undercurrents: Prints of Venice, 1900 – 1940
Exhibition continues through February 4, 2012
Wednesday, October 26th | 4:30-5:30pm
Victor Casaus | Opening Exhibition Reception
Weiss Center for the Arts | 204
Cuban born poet, filmmaker and journalist, Victor Casaus will be exhibiting his images in Gallery 204, 2nd floor of Weiss Center For The Arts. Casaus will be on campus for Semana Poetica X, a week long international poetry festival. The exhibition will run through November 11.
204 Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-4pm
Thursday, October 27th | 7-9pm
Film Screening | A Woman Like That
Weiss Center for the Arts, Rubendall Recital Hall
The provocative work and heroic life of 17th-century female artist, Artemisia Gentileschi. Question and answer session by filmmaker Ellen Weissbrod after the film.