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Bensussen Distinguished Lecture in Arts Dava Sobel: April 3

March 29, 2017 by | News

Department of Art presents Dava Sobel as part of the Bensussen Distinguished Lecture in Arts Series on Monday, April 3 at 7 p.m. in Argyros Forum, 209 A&B. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call (714) 997-6729. Dave Sobel: Sobel is the author of several bestselling books about

Wilkinson Welcomes Third EU Resident Dr. Julian Hanich

March 27, 2017 by | News

Our third resident from the European Union has just arrive – Dr. Julian Hanich. Dr. Hanich is a German academic who currently holds a post at the University of Groningen (Netherlands) as Associate Professor of Film Studies. His first monograph entitled Cinematic Emotion in Horror Films and Thrillers: The Aesthetic Paradox of Pleasurable Fear came out with

International Conference on Divided Global Cities Re-imagining global cities as spaces for exploring hidden stories and voices of marginalized residents

March 21, 2017 by | News

Join us on Friday, April 28-29 in Argyros Forum 209 for the International Conference on Divided Global Cities, 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. This international conference seeks to reimagine global cities, including Los Angeles, that have been divided by colonial histories, race/ethnicity, class, gender, and religion. It explores hidden stories and voices of marginalized groups

Climate Change Implications & Adaptions, Globally & Locally

March 21, 2017 by | News

An overwhelming majority of scientists agree climate change is happenings. What are the implications to communities and how will we adapt? Join Schmid College of Science and Technology on Monday, March 27 at 3 p.m. in Bush Conference Center, Beckman Hall 404 to hear a panel discussion on climate change issues. This is part of

Art History Symposium: April 7 Keynote Speaker Heather Badamo

March 14, 2017 by | News

The Art Department is excited to be hosting keynote speaker Heather Badamo on Friday, April 7, 2017 as part of the Art History Symposium. Heather Badamo is a professor at UCSB and specializes in the air of Byzantium and the East Christian world. Her research focuses on the intersections of Christian and Islamic visual culture,

Where are the Women? Discussing the State of Women in the Arts

March 14, 2017 by Micol Hebron | News

On Thursday, March 23, 2017, Chapman University Professor and artist Micol Hebron be giving a public talk at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. She will be talking about her project, Gallery Tally, and her ongoing research about the small numbers of representation of women artists in galleries and art collections. Here’s what the Crocker

Margo Pawell Graphic Design Symposium April 5

March 14, 2017 by | News

In honor of Margo Pawell, this symposium is dedicated to bringing together diverse experts to discuss topics in graphic design giving students and the regional design community a chance to gather and partake in discourse. Join the Art Department on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 7 p.m. in Beckman Hall 404 to hear panelists Steve

An Evening of Literature April 7

March 14, 2017 by | News

Join the Leatherby Libraries for a book launch and signing for two books: Generation Space: A Love Story, by Anna Leahy and Douglas R. Dechow, and Living in the Weather of the World, by Richard Bausch on Friday, April 7, 2017, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30  p.m. in the Center for American War Letters Archives, Leatherby

Enders Self-Defense Workshop: March 28 With Coach Carol Jue

March 13, 2017 by | News

Coach Carol Jue from Chapman University’s Women’s Basketball team will lead a self-defense workshop on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 4:30-6 p.m. on the Bert Williams Mall/Memorial Lawn. Skip the line and fill out the waiver here for quick and easy check-in! This is one of the many events leading up to the April 6,

Visual Thinker Lecture Series Saskia Beranek: April 3

March 8, 2017 by | News

The Department of Art is pleased to be hosting Saskia Beranek as part of the Visual Thinker Lecture Series on Monday, April 3, 2017 at 4 p.m. in Moulton Hall, 213. Saskia Beranek, University of Pittsburgh While the study of early modern portraiture can seem like a parade of distant faces and biographies, looking beyond