The Center for Visual Cultures will be hosting a workshop following the lecture by Prof. Allyson Nadia Field. The title of the workshop is “Something Good-Negro Kiss: Rediscovering Early Film, Reassessing Racialized Performance.” It will …
Save the Date for the First CVC Lecture of Fall 2020!
The Center for Visual Cultures is gearing up for their first virtual event of the semester. Please join the CVC at 4:00 PM (CST) on Thursday, September 24th for Prof. Allyson Nadia Field’s lecture: “The Speculative Archive: …
CVC Lecture: Coco Fusco
Interdisciplinary artist, writer and scholar, Coco Fusco, will be visiting campus on March 6th. Please join the Center for Visual Cultures for her lecture: “Haunted by History: Cuban Poets and Cuban Politics” at 5:00 PM …
Printed Bodies, Sculpted Christ: Juan Arfe’s contributions to Anatomical Study in Renaissance Spain
A Colloquium by Visiting Assistant Professor Carolina Alarcon Location: Elvejhem L170 Date: 3/28/2019 2:30pm
Lecture: Rubens and the End of ‘Flemish’ Art in Spain
Lecture by Dr. Abigail Newman, University of Antwerp Image credit: Peter Paul Rubens, Queen Tomyris with the Head of Cyrus, c. 1622–23, oil on canvas, 205.1 x 361 cm, Boston, Museum of Fine Arts
Lecture: Diagnosis and Presence: The Ekphrasis of a Toxcati Ixiptia in the Florentine Code
Please join us for lectures as part of our ongoing spring lecture series in early modern European Art! Lecture by Dr. Jennifer Nelson, Assistant Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Caption: Mexica …
Lecture: Painting and Feminine Piety in Early Modern Spain: The Artist-Nun Estefanía de la Encarnación
A Lecture by Tanya Tiffany, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Image Caption: Frontispiece to Estefanía de la Encarnación (ca. 1597-1665), La vida de Soror Estefanía de la Encarnación, monja profesa en el Monasterio de Religiosas …
Lecture: Climbing the Ladder: On Hieronymus Bosch’s Vision of Hell
Lecture by Lynn Jacobs, Distinguished Professor, J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, University of Arkansas. Image credit: Hieronymus Bosch, Garden of Earthly Delights, detail, hell panel, between 1480 and 1510. Madrid, The Prado.
Day of the Badger
Join us in celebrating the Department of Art History for “Day of the Badger” on UW Madison’s Giving Day.
Selling Sunshine in the Sunshine State: A Colloquium by Prof. Anna Andrzejewski
This paper examines the marketing efforts of the Mackle Company of Miami, Florida, who became the largest seller of vacation and retirement homes nationwide by 1960. Beginning in the mid 1950s, Mackle reworked its marketing …