Study Night at the Museum

Every semester during Finals Week, LUAG opens its doors for Study Night at the Museum. Study Night provides an alternative study space on the Monday before final exams.  This semester, it will be held on Monday December 10, from 6 – 11 PM. Bring a friend and your study materials…… Read More Study Night at the Museum

Study Night At The Museum

Study Night At The Museum provides students with an alternative study space as they gear up for finals. Bring a friend and your study material and prepare to conquer your finals surrounded by art in the quiet and peaceful LUAG Lower Gallery. When you need a mental break from studying you’re invited to explore the… Read More Study Night At The Museum

November 2: Robert Mann discusses Aaron Siskind

Join us as Robert Mann, director of the Robert Mann Gallery, NYC, discusses the photography of Aaron Siskind.  Light refreshments provided. Founded in 1985, Robert Mann Gallery is one of the preeminent photography galleries in the world. Through a diverse roster that highlights both a prominent group of contemporary artists and an outstanding collection of twentieth-century masters, its program interrogates the role of photographic medium—to capture or invent, purify or distort, and to take on new identities—while celebrating its unique history.… Read More November 2: Robert Mann discusses Aaron Siskind

September 21: Juan Castillo Vázquez on Wifredo Lam, 4:10PM

Join us for a lecture and reading by Wifredo Lam’s great nephew, Juan Castillo Vázquez, in conjunction with the exhibition The Drawings of Wifredo Lam: 1940-1955.  The lecture will take place at 4:10PM in Baker Hall, Zoellner Arts Center.  This is a Spanish language talk with English transcription provided, including excerpts from Wifredo Lam’s poetry.  Reception to follow.  All LUAG events are free and open to the public.

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April 6: Chris Karfakis / The Evolution of Photography

Chris Karfakis has been a collector of cameras, images, and photographic ephemera for over 30 years. His collection has enabled him to study the history and evolution of photography, and how photography impacts our daily lives. He will speak about photography’s role in documenting the turning points in major world events. In particular, he will zero in on the antebellum period, and explain how a daguerreotype came to be.… Read More April 6: Chris Karfakis / The Evolution of Photography