Art History Division Announces Visiting Lecture Series


The Elizabeth Allen Lectures in Art History series at the NIU School of Art is funded through the generosity of NIU School of Art alumna Mrs. Elizabeth Plotnick. Additional programming sponsored by the School of Art brings a variety of visiting artists and scholars to campus throughout the year, and helps to support many special events, exhibitions, and symposia.

Thursday September 8
Sandra Cate, San Jose State University
MAKING MERIT, MAKING ART

Monday October 10
Ann Gunter, Northwestern University
GREEK ART AND THE ORIENT

Wednesday November 16
Stephen J. Eskilson, Eastern Illinois University
DETOURNEMENT—SUBVERSIVE VISUAL COMMUNICATION

Saturday, February 18
Dale Kinney, Bryn Mawr College
REMAKING THE CLASSICAL: APPROPRIATION AND TRANSFORMATION
co-sponsored with 29th Annual Illinois Medieval Association Conference, Northern Illinois University, February 17-18—time and room TBA

Monday, April 2
Kristina Wilson, Clark University
LIVABLE MODERNISM

All lectures are free and open to the public. Most are held at 5:00 p.m. in the NIU Art Building (Arends Hall), room 100. For the most current information and more details please visit the NIU Art History departmental website.

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