One work, one speaker, 15 minutes.
The Friends of the Davison Art Center is happy to host the Artful Lunch series in which a faculty member talks about one of her favorite pieces in the DAC collection. Attendees bring a bag lunch and enjoy coffee, homemade cookies and conversation following the talk. Come to the Alsop House and enjoy!
- Wednesday, October 7 at 12.10pm: Terttu Uibopuu, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art.
- Wednesday November 18 at 12.10pm: Clark Maines, Kenan Professor of the Humanities, Professor of Art History, Archaeology, Environmental Studies, and Medieval Studies.
The FDAC is pleased to announce that the Artful Lunch Series is now available as a downloadable video podcast on iTunesU!
- September 28, 2011 – Elizabeth Milroy, Professor of Art History and American Studies
- Helen Frankenthaler’s A Slice of the Stone Itself – Click here to read more.
- October 26, 2011 – Andy Szegedy-Maszak, Professor of Classical Studies and Jane A. Seney Professor of Greek
- André Kertész’s Carrefour, Blois – Click here to read more
- Watch a video recording of this Artful Lunch on iTunesU
- November 8, 2011 – Sasha Rudensky, Assistant Professor of Art
- Stephen Shore’s U.S. 10, Post Falls, Idaho – Click here to read more
- February 15, 2012 – David Schorr, Professor of Art
- Robert Motherwell’s Gauloises Bleues (1968)
- March 28, 2012 – Michael Roth, President and University Professor
- April 25, 2012 – Joe Siry, Professor of Art History
- October 9, 2012 – Jennifer Tucker, Associate Professor of History
- April 9, 2013 – Arthur (Jerry) Wensinger, Professor of German Emeritis
- April 30, 2013 – Bill Johnston, Professor of History
- Tuesday October 15, 12:10 pm Katherine Kuenzli, Associate Professor of Art History
- Henry van de Velde’s Tropon l’Aliment le Plus Concentré
- Tuesday November 12, Mark Slobin, Winslow-Kaplan Professor of Music, talking about an instrument in the Wesleyan World Instrument Collection
- February 18, 2014, Kate TenEyck, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art
- October 15, 2014, Keiji Shinohara, Artist in Residence
- Utagawa Kunisada’s Portrait of Hiroshige (1858)
- November 5, 2014: Alexa Burzinski ’15 (our first Student Artful Lunch)
- Ed Ruscha’s Every Building on the Sunset Strip (1966)
- February 24, 2015: Laurie Nussdorfer, William Armstrong Professor of History
Domenico de Rossi, View of the Capitoline Hill, ca. 1695-1706, etching and engraving
Giovanni Battista Piranesi, View of the Capitoline Hill with the Steps to the Church of S. Maria in Aracoeli, 1756, from Views of Rome, etching.
- April 8, 2015: Claire Grace, Assistant Professor of Art History
- Sherrie Levine, Barcham Green Portfolio No. 5, aquatint and photogravure, 1986.
- April 28, 2015: Lucas McLaughlin ’15
- Ando Hiroshige, Shoshiyu, Raft Among Reeds, 1858, from Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji, color woodcut. Gift of George W. Davison (B.A. Wesleyan 1892), 1948.