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1
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

1
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

1
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

2
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

2
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

2
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

3
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

3
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

3
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

4
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

4
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

4
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

6
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

6
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

6
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

7
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

7
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

7
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

8
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

8
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

8
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

9
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

9
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

9
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

10
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

10
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

10
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

11
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

11
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

11
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

13
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

13
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

13
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

14
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

14
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

14
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

15
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

15
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

15
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

16
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

16
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

16
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

17
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

17
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

17
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

18
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

18
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

18
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

20
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

20
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

20
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

21
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

21
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

21
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

22
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

22
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

22
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

23
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

23
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

23
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

24
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

24
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

24
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

25
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

25
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

25
Sun
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

27
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

27
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

27
Tue
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

28
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

28
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

28
Wed
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

29
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

29
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

29
Thu
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

30
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

30
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

30
Fri
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

31
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

The Tile Club: Camaraderie and American Plein-Air Painting

Leslie and Johanna Garfield Galleries

The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. Including such well-known artists as Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Edwin Austin Abbey, J. Alden Weir, and John H. Twachtman, the club was founded in 1877 riding a wave of interest in the decorative arts.

31
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection

Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

Since the 1960s, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists have spearheaded a renaissance in the world’s oldest continuous artistic tradition, innovating within the idioms of visual languages that have developed over the course of millennia.

31
Sat
Mar
Exhibition

What’s In A Jug? Art, Technology, Culture

Oscar F. and Louise Greiner Mayer Gallery

Curated by students in Introduction to Museum Studies: Theory & Methods, this exhibition examines historic ceramic vessels and their technologies, artistry, and meanings.

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