Professor Ott is the author of Manufacturing the Modern Patron in Victorian California: Cultural Philanthropy, Industrial Capital, and Social Authority (2014) and has published essays on art auctions, combat artists, comic books, and motoring magazines.... more >
Jackie Brown’s primary focus is sculpture installation. She works to create immersive environments that invite the viewer into imagined biological systems, where it’s often ambiguous whether the forms are benign or toxic. An important undercurrent... more >
A conversation on a recently acquired work by Teresa Margolles led by Winifred L. Tate, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, and Francisca Moraga López, Mirken Family Post-Baccalaureate Fellow in Museum Practice.
The students of Tanya Sheehan’s AR498: Photography and Migration class would like to invite all to attend a tour of photography found on view in the Davis and Landay galleries that relate to the Center for the Arts... more >
Aida Muluneh, Ethiopian photographer and artist, will kick off the Photography and Migration Conference with a lecture on Thursday, April 23 in Olin 1, followed by a reception in the Museum Lobby. Abstract: Photography in Ethiopia... more >
Celia Rubina Vargas, professor of semiotics at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, will give a lecture on Martín Chambi (1891-1973), a Latin American photographer from a peasant family in the highlands of Peru. Chambi... more >