Greek and Roman Art History Lecture. Details forthcoming.
Join us for the fall 2022 Shouky Shaheen lecture Why We Need Ruskin Now, presented by Paul Mellon Professor of Art History at Yale University, Tim Barringer. This event is part of the UGA Spotlight on the Arts festival.
Please join us for a keynote lecture to honor the retirement of Dr. Alisa Luxenberg, Professor of 18th and 19th-century Art.
In this talk, artist Jill Magid introduces the term Assisted Nonfiction, coined by art historian Gilda Williams to describe her work.
The first of this year’s two Shouky Shaheen Lectures forms a part of an international symposium organized in conjunction with the exhibition One Heart, One Wa
Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s extraordinary series of views from the Villa d’Este in Tivoli has been described as “one of the most beautiful red chalk drawings ever made.” Focusing on the specific visual and material aspects of this remarkable series, the lecture will discuss how the series contributed
Shouky Shaheen Distinguished Lecture