Tatiana Reinoza, Lecturer and Research Associate at Dartmouth, will give a lecture on Tuesday, March 20, at 5:00 pm in Room 200, Riley Hall. The title of Tatiana Reinoza's talk is "Mapping Island Bodies.”
Events » The Arts
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
The Spanish pianist, a new music specialist, presents this program that will include a new work for piano and electronics by Notre Dame faculty composer John Liberatore.
Free and open to the public.
Co-presented with the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.
Originally published at music.nd.edu…
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
An evening of prayer and reflection. Hear members of the Notre Dame community sharing how they have learned to see God active in their daily life.
Featured storytellers include two Notre Dame undergraduates and one faculty or staff member from campus.
All are welcome.
Sponsored by the McGrath Institute for Church Life.…
Thursday, March 22, 2018
After a decade in New York, and seemingly at the height of her career, Agnes Martin left the city in September 1967. She traveled for two years before settling on a remote New Mexican mesa, building a house by hand, and living in relative if by no means total isolation for the remainder of her long years. She made no art until 1973, when she completed a monumental screenprint suite; it was only then that she erected a studio and, shortly thereafter, got back to painting. She also began constructing in earnest the persona of “Agnes Martin” that we have received as something like historical truth. In this talk, I instead frame Martin’s becoming Martin in the 1970s as a willful, even calculated, act of self-fashioning that included the creation and destruction of paintings and extended to the issuance of writings and gnomic statements about beauty, studio work, and abstract emotion. I further ask what this achieved and suggest how it might become a model through which to think issues of writing, curating, and narrating the subjects of art history who served, firstly and emphatically, as their own primary interpreters. …
Friday, March 23, 2018
Join us for an opportunity to explore the University of Notre Dame’s graduate programs in Ceramics, Industrial Design, Painting and Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, and Visual Communication Design. Talk with faculty and current graduate students, meet visiting prospective graduate students, and tour the Art, Art History & Design facilities.
1st and 2nd Year MFA students will have open studios from 9 AM - 4 PM in Riley Hall and West Lake Hall. The guest critic will be Dr. Suzanne Hudson, associate professor of art history and fine arts at the University of Southern California.