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Art Department TASK Party Featured in ARTnews

March 31, 2012

The above photo, courtesy Cary Levine, was featured as part of the article “You’re Engaged!” by Barbara Pollack on pages 85-87 of ARTnewsfor January 2011. The image shows UNC students Mark Ward, Lydia McCarthy and Ray Padron, among others, participating … Continued

Upcoming Art History Lecture at Wilson Library

March 31, 2012

The Rare Book Collection of Wilson Special Collections Library presents the 14th Hanes Lecture: Pictures, Books, and Science: From Description to Diagram in the Circle of Galileo David Freedberg, Pierre Matisse Professor of the History of Art at Columbia University … Continued

MFA Candidate receives Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Award

March 31, 2012

Congratulations to MFA Candidate Will Thomas, who has been awarded a grant by the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation! The foundation, based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, seeks to promote, by its charitable activities, an appreciation of traditional expression in painting, drawing, sculpture … Continued

Carol Mavor Lecture

March 31, 2012

Phantoms of the Past, Dear Companions of Childhood, Vanished Friends: Making Sense of Sally Mann’s TreesMonday, 27 September, 5:30 pm, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Hyde Hall, University Room #109, UNC-Chapel HillCarol Mavor is Professor of Art History and … Continued

Professor Glaire Anderson Presenting in 2012 CHAT Festival

March 31, 2012

Assistant Professor Glaire Anderson will be discussing her collaboration with Anselmo Lastra, Chair of Computer Science, on “The Digital Munya Project: Technologies for Reinterpreting and Representing a Medieval Islamic Villa” as part of a panel in the 2012 CHAT Festival … Continued

2011 Undergraduate Art Symposium

March 31, 2012

The UNC Department of Art will be honoring undergraduate research and creativity in its annual Undergraduate Honors Symposium on Friday, 8 April 2011. After an invitation-only luncheon, the undergraduate honors scholars will be giving presentations of their work from 12:30-3:00 … Continued