|CAA: UD Reception||CAA: UD Reception||University Club, New York City||Current and former faculty, current and former students, and friends of the department are all invited to attend the UD reception for the CAA 2019 annual conference.
The University Club has a strict dress code and guests are encouraged to read them here: https://www.universityclubny.org/default.aspx?p=DynamicModule&pageid=394574&ssid=316865&vnf=1||2/13/2019 10:00:00 PM||2/14/2019 12:00:00 AM||False|
|Reception: The Darkroom in the Digital Age||Reception: The Darkroom in the Digital Age||Recitation Hall Gallery||Curated by doctoral students Meghan Angelos and Danielle Canter, The Darkroom in the Digital Age features local contemporary artists whose works engage with historical photographic processes. Through their diverse projects, Justyna Badach, Andrew S. Bale, Jon Cox, Martha Madigan, and Joshua Meier each adapt historical techniques that resonate with their choice of subject matter.
The reception will take place after an artist talk with Justyna Badach, which begins at 5:30pm in Smith Hall, Room 130.||2/12/2019 11:30:00 PM||2/13/2019 12:30:00 AM||False|
|Artist talk with Justyna Badach||Artist talk with Justyna Badach||Smith Hall, 130||The Darkroom in the Digital Age features the work of five local artists who are engaging with historical photographic processes including daguerreotype, cyanotype, and wet-plate collodion. These works demonstrate how contemporary photographers are rediscovering historical methods of making photographs and using new technologies to adapt these techniques.
One of the featured artists, Justyna Badach will discuss her work with curators Meghan Angelos and Danielle Canter. A reception will follow at 6:30pm in Recitation Hall Gallery. ||2/12/2019 10:30:00 PM||2/12/2019 11:30:00 PM||False|
|PMA Spotlight Series||PMA Spotlight Series||Phildelphia Museum of Art||PhD candidate Alba Campo Rosillo is this year's representative for the Spotlight Series at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Each year, graduate students from the University of Delware, Bryn Mawr College, Temple University, and the University of Pennsylvania are chosen to participate in the program.
Throughout the year, Alba will lead a series of in-depth public conversations on an artwork from the PMA's collection.
This weekend, Alba will discuss the work Portrait of Elizabeth Brown Montier, and Portrait of Hiram Charles Montier, 1841 by Franklin R. Street. ||2/9/2019 4:00:00 PM||2/9/2019 5:00:00 PM||False|
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