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Driven by Desire

Driven by Desire: French Automotive Designs and Greater France Talk by Stéphanie Ponsavady, Assistant Professor of French CFA Hall Thursday, February 6, 5:00 pm Stéphanie Ponsavady will speak on French car culture and its relationship to the colonies throughout the 20th century. Far from being a peripheral market, the Colonial Empire was central to the […]

Over fifty students, faculty, staff, and community members gathered in CFA Hall Wednesday October 23 to hear a lecture by esteemed scholar and curator Andrea Miller-Keller on artist Sol LeWitt.  Among those listening were students in a special fall seminar on the history of Sol Le Witt’s wall drawings taught by John Paoletti, Professor of […]

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawings, 1968-2007: Minimal to Maximal Andrea Miller-Keller, Emily Hall Tremaine Curator of Contemporary Art Emeritus, Wadsworth Atheneum Virgil and Juwil Topazio Lecture 5:00 pm, CFA Hall Andrea Miller-Keller, the Emily Hall Tremaine Curator of Contemporary Art Emeritus at the Wadsworth Atheneum, will chart the intriguing history from the inauspiciously reticent pencil lines […]

  Davison Art Center Wesleyan University presents Themes and Variations Seriality in American Prints, 1960-1980 September  19–December 8, 2013 Closed October 18-22 and November 25-December 2 Opening Reception:  Thursday, September 19, 5:00-7:00 pm Gallery Talk at 5:30 pm by Clare Rogan, Curator What can an artist make, when he or she doesn’t stop after one […]

Artful Lunch with Michael Roth

One work, one speaker, 15 minutes. Join us at the Alsop House tomorrow, Wednesday, March 28, at 12:10pm for the DAC’s Artful Lunch series. Our guest will be Michael Roth, President of Wesleyan University, talking about one of his favorite pieces in the DAC collection. Attendees bring a bag lunch and enjoy coffee, homemade cookies […]

“New Secrets in Dürer’s Art” Art collector Elizabeth Maxwell-Garner owns over 40 works on paper by renaissance master Albrecht Dürer.  In this controversial presentation Ms. Maxwell-Garner discusses her personal interpretation of the hidden symbols and codes in the works of this Renaissance master. Tuesday March 13 5:30pm-6:30pm Middlesex Community College Chapman Hall 808 C&D 100 […]

Tired of eating lunch at your desk? Join us today at 12:10pm for the FDAC’s Artful Lunch Series with David Schorr, Professor of Art, as he talks about his favorite work in the Davison Art Center collection. Bring a bag lunch and enjoy coffee, homemade cookies, and conversation following the talk. See you there!

The FDAC is pleased to announce that the Artful Lunch Series is now available as a downloadable video podcast on iTunesU!  The first two podcasts are available from our October and November talks featuring Andrew Szegedy-Maszak and Sasha Rudensky. Click to learn more about the Artful Lunch Series, and be sure to come to our […]

Sasha Rudensky, Assistant Professor of Art, presented our final Artful Lunch of the semester to an engaged group of over 20 faculty members, staff, and FDAC members.  She spoke about an image she first fell in love with as an undergraduate when she began to study the DAC’s collection, a 1974 photograph by Stephen Shore […]

One artwork, one speaker, fifteen minutes. Join us for our third and final Artful Lunch of the semester with Assistant Professor of Art, Sasha Rudensky.  She will be discussing one of her favorite works in the Davison Art Center collection. Bring your bag lunch and enjoy homemade cookies, coffee, and conversation after the talk.  Hope […]

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