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!
- April 28 at 12:10pm: Lucas McLaughlin ’15
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.