Visualizing Venice: The Biennale and the City
Friday, March 27, 2015

Visualizing Venice: The Biennale and the City       Digital Visualization Workshop - 4th edition June 1-12, 2015 Faculty: Caroline Bruzelius, Mark Olson, Victoria Szabo and Hannah Jacobs, Duke University, Donatella Calabi, Ludovica Galeazzo and... read more about Visualizing Venice: The Biennale and the City »

Featured Summer Courses
Friday, March 27, 2015

ARTHIST 290-02 / ECON 390-02 Art, Money, and Labor 1830—Today The aim of this course is to explore how the contradiction between artistic ethics and artistic value has been expressed over time, integrated as it was, into the polemic writings of artists and art critics, artistic studio practices, and the theoretical percepts of artistic production itself. E. Luse ARTHIST 290-01 / VMS 290-01 The Visual Culture of News, Past and Present This class... read more about Featured Summer Courses »

Featured Summer Courses
Friday, March 27, 2015

ARTHIST 101D Prehistory to Middle Ages Explore art’s role in the human activities of dwelling, worship, death and exchange, from prehistoric cave drawings to Roman arenas and Medieval relics. E. Narkin ARTHIST 102D Renaissance to 20th Century Explore art’s role in religious worship, private and public spaces, and the art market and exhibitions, from the Renaissance to the twentieth century. K. Desplanque   read more about Featured Summer Courses »

Graduate Student Symposium
Monday, February 16, 2015

2015 AAHVS GRADUATE STUDENT SYMPOSIUMThursday, February 19, 2015 Keynote 6:00 PM A266, Collision Space, Bay 10, Smith Warehouse “Japan’s Venice and the Ends of Art” Ignacio Adriasola Assistant Professor Department of Art History, Visual Art & Theory University of British Columbia, Vancouver Friday, February 20, 2015 Symposium Papers 1:30-3:00 PM A266,... read more about Graduate Student Symposium »

Patricia Leighton Liberation of Painting
Monday, February 2, 2015

Professor Patricia Leighten's recent book, The Liberation of Painting: Modernism and Anarchism in Avant-Guerre Paris (Chicago, 2013) has won Choice magazine's CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award. Choice is a publication of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), a division the American Library Association (AMA). From Choice: “Stereotypical views of modern art long have associated its complex visual languages with radical... read more about Faculty Book Award »

 Places & Spaces: Mapping Science
Friday, January 16, 2015

EXHIBITIONS Second Floor Bay 11, Smith WarehouseJanuary 12 – April 10, 2015 This spring, Duke University is hosting the Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibition, curated over the past ten years by Dr. Katy Borner, director of the Cyberinfrastructure for Networks Science Center in the Department of Information and Library Science at Indiana University. The Places & Spaces... read more about Places & Spaces: Mapping Science »

French and Francophone Studies Lecture
Friday, January 16, 2015

"Les Dessins de Roland Barthes" Celine Flecheux, Universite de Paris 7 Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 12:00-1:15 PM Language Bldg 114 West Campus, Duke University Sponsored by the Center for French and Francophone Studies. read more about French and Francophone Studies Lecture »

Art, Art History & Visual Studies Lecture
Friday, January 16, 2015

“The Portal of Paradise: A Sculptor Talks about Carving Stone” Simon Verity Tuesday, January 20, 2015, 5:00 PM A266, Bay 10, Smith Warehouse East Campus, Duke University Sponsored by the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies, the Wired! Digital Art History & Visual Culture Lab, the Council for the Arts, and Bass Connections. read more about Art, Art History & Visual Studies Lecture »

Workshops in Washington, D.C.
Friday, December 5, 2014

Pedro Lasch, associate research professor of visual arts, conducted two workshops on November 23, 2014 at the National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian Latino Center in Washington, D.C. on “Portraiture, Citizenship, and Abstraction – A Site-Specific Social Art Project.” Taking the form of a 90-minute workshop, this social art project for youth, teens and college students of all ages focused on new ways of thinking about identity and culture.... read more about Workshops in Washington, D.C. »