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1
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

1
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

2
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

2
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

3
Thu
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.3.14

from 12:30 PM to 1:10 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour in the permanent collection

3
Thu
Jul
Film / Video

Summer Cinematheque at the Chazen 7.3.14

from 7:00 PM to 8:45 PM | Auditorium

Breaking Away, directed by Peter Yates

3
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

3
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

4
Fri
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

4
Fri
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

5
Sat
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

5
Sat
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

6
Sun
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.6.14

from 2:00 PM to 2:40 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour, Docent’s Choice

6
Sun
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

6
Sun
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

8
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

8
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

9
Wed
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

9
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

9
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

10
Thu
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.10.14

from 12:30 PM to 1:10 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour in the permanent collection

10
Thu
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

10
Thu
Jul
Just for Members

Curatorial Connection: Baroque and Rococo Art in the Chazen Museum of Art

Chazen Museum of Art

Take a short-course with a curator! “Baroque and Rococo Art in the Chazen Museum of Art,” taught by Maria Saffiotti Dale, begins July 10 and runs for 4 sessions, focusing on an area of the collection and offering the expertise of a curator in a small class setting. These classes are open to members only and require preregistration.

10
Thu
Jul
Film / Video

Summer Cinematheque at the Chazen 7.10.14

from 7:00 PM to 8:15 PM | Auditorium

Man on the Flying Trapeze, directed by Clyde Bruckman

10
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

10
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

11
Fri
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

11
Fri
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

11
Fri
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

12
Sat
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

12
Sat
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

13
Sun
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.13.14

from 2:00 PM to 2:40 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour, Docent’s Choice

13
Sun
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

13
Sun
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

15
Tue
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

15
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

15
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

16
Wed
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

16
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

16
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

17
Thu
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.17.14

from 12:30 PM to 1:10 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour in the permanent collection

17
Thu
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

17
Thu
Jul
Film / Video

Summer Cinematheque at the Chazen 7.17.14

from 7:00 PM to 8:45 PM | Auditorium

Close Up (Nema-ye Nazdik), directed by Abbas Kiarostami


17
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

17
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

18
Fri
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

18
Fri
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

18
Fri
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

19
Sat
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

19
Sat
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

20
Sun
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.20.14

from 2:00 PM to 2:40 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour, Docent’s Choice

20
Sun
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

20
Sun
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

22
Tue
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

22
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

22
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

23
Wed
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

23
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

23
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

24
Thu
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.24.14

from 12:30 PM to 1:10 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour in the permanent collection

24
Thu
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

24
Thu
Jul
Film / Video

Summer Cinematheque at the Chazen 7.24.14

from 7:00 PM to 8:45 PM | Auditorium

Je t’aime je t’aime, directed by Alain Resnais


24
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

24
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

25
Fri
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

25
Fri
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

25
Fri
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

26
Sat
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

26
Sat
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

27
Sun
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.27.14

from 2:00 PM to 2:40 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour, Docent’s Choice

27
Sun
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

27
Sun
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

29
Tue
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

29
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

29
Tue
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

30
Wed
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

30
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

30
Wed
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.

31
Thu
Jul
Tour

Docent Tour 7.31.14

from 12:30 PM to 1:10 PM | Lobby

A docent leads a 40-minute tour in the permanent collection

31
Thu
Jul
Tour

Ikeda Manabu, artist-in-residence at work

from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM | Chazen art studio classroom

Watch Ikeda Manabu at work. A Docent will be in attendance to introduce the work.

31
Thu
Jul
Film / Video

Summer Cinematheque at the Chazen 7.31.14

from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM | Auditorium

The Naked Dawn, directed by Edgar G. Ulmer

31
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar themes: hearts, a bathrobe, tools, and the human skull among them. Dine has always worked in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, collage, ceramics, photography, performance, books and mixed media.

31
Thu
Jul
Exhibition

A Passion for Photography: The John W. and Carol L.H. Green Collection

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Gallery

These black-and-white images, most from the first half of the twentieth century, are remarkable in that they document and record the cultural milieu of the time, and are themselves artworks, of and by artists, created at a point when a dialogue about photography’s place in the world of art had just begun.