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Audio Lecture: Experimentation and Innovation in American Painting Techniques
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Lance Mayer and Gay Myers, Lyman Allyn Art Museum, review techniques and materials used by colonial artists. Presented with the Terra Foundation for American Art
Audio Lecture: Experimentation and Innovation in American Painting Techniques
Audio Lecture: Spying and Crying: Ancient Modes of Watching the Ancient World
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Internationally renowned archaeologist and MacArthur fellow, Susan E. Alcock, Professor of Classics and the Director for the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World at Brown...
Audio Lecture: Spying and Crying: Ancient Modes of Watching the Ancient World
Audio Lecture: Where Art and Science Meet—Unlocking the Secrets of the Collection with High-Tech Scientific Tools
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Francesca Casadio, Andrew W. Mellon Conservation Scientist at the Art Institute of Chicago, leads a talk that is part forensic science, part detective work. Examples of research carried out on...
Audio Lecture: Inside the Mind of an Editorial Cartoonist
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Cartoonist Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal Constitution, uses highlights of his work to reveal his process for creating editorial cartoons that are both pointed and funny.
Audio Lecture: Inside the Mind of an Editorial Cartoonist
Audio Lecture: "What is Modern Photography"
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Irving Penn participated in the symposium "What is Modern Photography?" at the Museum of Modern Art on October 20, 1950. Edward Steichen moderated the symposium, and other participants included...
Audio Lecture: "What is Modern Photography"
Audio Lecture: The Blinding Light of Lenin’s Little Lamp: Electricity in Soviet Posters, 1920-1930
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This lecture investigates depictions of electric lights in Soviet posters from the 1920s, which indicate a distinctive language of socialist illumination. Presented as part of the 46th Annual...
Audio Lecture: The Blinding Light of Lenin’s Little Lamp: Electricity in Soviet Posters, 1920-1930
Audio Lecture: Tradition and Innovation—Artist Olowe of Ise
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Roslyn Walker, Dallas Museum of Art, examined the stunning work of Yoruba
carver Olowe of Ise (c. 1875-193) and his contemporaries.
Audio Lecture: Tradition and Innovation—Artist Olowe of Ise
Audio Lecture: Van Gogh—The Life
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Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith, Pulitzer Prize winners for their biography on Jackson Pollock, presented their new book about Vincent Van Gogh to a packed house on December 8, 2011.
Audio Lecture:  Van Gogh—The Life
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect—Sara Schnadt Connects with Agnes Martin
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Sara Schnadt, whose work has recently been exhibited at the MCA, Co-Prosperity Sphere, and the Busan Biennale in South Korea, pursues the idea of line, poetic efforts to quantify things, and the...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect—Sara Schnadt Connects with Agnes Martin
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Theaster Gates Connects with Japanese Ceramics
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An esteemed artist and teacher, Theaster Gates is coordinator of arts programming at the University of Chicago. Recent exhibitions include Speaking of Passage, Life After Qualls at the South Side...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect: Theaster Gates Connects with Japanese Ceramics
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