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Audio Lecture: Transforming the Model: Between Nature and Fantasy in Gianlorenzo Bernini's Academic Nudes
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Laura Giles, Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Princeton University Art Museum, speaks on the draughtman's transformation of nature into art.
Audio Lecture: Transforming the Model: Between Nature and Fantasy in Gianlorenzo Bernini's Academic Nudes
Audio Lecture: Urbs et Orbs—The City and the World in the Roman Triumph
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Scholar Mary Beard from the University of Cambridge, professor and author of The Roman Triumph, reflects on the global character of the Roman Empire. Karen Manchester, chair of the...
Audio Lecture: Urbs et Orbs—The City and the World in the Roman Triumph
Audio Lecture: Encyclopedic Museums—Cabinets of Curiosity
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Bruce Boucher, Curator of Sculpture, Medieval to Modern European Paintings and Sculpture, presents a lecture focusing on highlighted treasures in the Art Institute permanent collections.
Audio Lecture: Encyclopedic Museums—Cabinets of Curiosity
Audio Lecture: O'Neill in Brazil
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Andre Garolli, artistic director, and Carla Estafan, producer, of Brazil's Compania Triptal discuss their unique interpretation of Eugene O'Neill's sea plays at the Goodman Theatre. Steve Scott,...
Audio Lecture: O'Neill in Brazil
Audio Lecture: Exploring the Opera Doctor Atomic, Part 3
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The defining event of the 20th century, the development of the Atomic Bomb is the basis for this John Adams work. The symposium's distinguished panelists include composer John Adams; his librettist...
Audio Lecture: Exploring the Opera <em>Doctor Atomic</em>, Part 3
Audio Lecture: Yousuf Karsh: The Last of His Kind
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David Travis, former Chair and Curator of the Department of Photography at the Art Institute of Chicago, discusses why Yousuf Karsh may be the last of his kind. Travis examines the unique factors in...
Audio Lecture: Yousuf Karsh: The Last of His Kind
Audio Lecture: A Group of Female Heads by Pietro da Cortona Studied from Nature and Transformed into Fantasia for the Frescoes in the Palazzo Pitti
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Jorg Merz from the University of Munster speaks on the draughtman's transformation of nature into art. Part of a one-day symposium presented in conjunction with Drawn to Drawings: The Goldman...
Audio Lecture: A Group of Female Heads by Pietro da Cortona Studied from Nature and Transformed into Fantasia for the Frescoes in the Palazzo Pitti
Audio Lecture: Reading: Elizabeth Alexander
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Born in Harlem in 1962, and educated at Yale, Boston University, and the University of Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Alexander has been on the faculties at Haverford College, the University of Chicago,...
Audio Lecture: Reading: Elizabeth Alexander
Audio Lecture: The History and Fine Art of American Indian Basketry
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The Art Institute's growing collection of Amerindian baskets includes rare and little-known treasures. Natalie Fay Linn, a leader in the study of the complex and sophisticated design of this ancient...
Audio Lecture: The History and Fine Art of American Indian Basketry
Audio Lecture: God's Crucible—Islam and the Making of Europe, 570-1215
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David Levering Lewis, New York University professor and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, discusses his new book. The author of seven books and editor of two more, Lewis's narrative reveals how...
Audio Lecture: God's Crucible—Islam and the Making of Europe, 570-1215
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