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Film & Performance
July 18, 7pm
CF's Summer Film Series: Exit Through The Gift Shop

Painting in the New World: A Symposium on Spanish Colonial Art

Sep 30, 2015, 6pm
Whiteman Hall - 6 to 8 p.m. This landmark symposium will present an overarching view of artistic traditions in Colonial Latin America for a general audience. Organized to accompany the exhibition Masterworks of Spanish Colonial Art from the Phoenix Art Museum’s Collection, this symposium will enrich your understanding of the 18th-century paintings on display. This evening of talks will present new perspectives on how art was created and disseminated throughout the Spanish viceroyalties. How were paintings commissioned during the colonial period? How did indigenous artistic traditions continue to be reflected in art created in the viceroyalties? How did native artists transform artistic source material imported from Europe into distinctiv... (View more)

Poetry Reading: Mark Doty

Oct 2, 2015, 7pm
Whiteman Hall Poet Mark Doty reads from his work, followed by a short Q&A session and a book signing. Doty is the author of nine books of poetry, including Deep Lane, Fire to Fire: New and Selected Poems, which won the 2008 National Book Award, and My Alexandria, winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the T.S. Eliot Prize in the UK.  Co-presented with the University of Arizona Poetry Center.

Object of the Month: Flowering Arches, Giverny by Claude Monet

Oct 3, 2015, 11:30am
European Art Gallery, North Wing, Upper Level Flowering Arches, Giverny by Claude Monet Take a stroll through Monet’s garden and the world of Impressionism with Docent Bunny Gordon. Image Credit Claude Monet, French, 1840-1926, Flowering Arches, Giverny, 1913. Oil on canvas. Collection Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Harrington.  

Artist Talk: Ana Teresa Fernandez

Oct 7, 2015, 6pm
Singer Hall Visiting artist Ana Teresa Fernandez will speak about how her work intersects with border politics and feminism, with special focus on “Borrando la Frontera (2012),” her most widely recognized project.