Thursday, March 31, 2011

Countdown to Linda: TODAY, updated!

UPDATE! following event

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See above for footage of 2 seconds of fame. Boris and I waiting for the rest of our troops to depart from the Speed and head over to the reception following the lecture last evening. Who's in the background? None, other than Dr. Nochlin and Dr. Jongwoo Jeremy Kim, faculty at the U of L who studied under Dr. Nochlin and introduced Linda last evening. The evening also included visits to the Speed galleries and the work of Tom Huck in the Hite Galleries at the U of L.

about the event...


Join AHRECO (Art History Reading Community) for the journey to Louisville to hear noted art historian, Linda Nochlin, who will lecture at the U of L. Details: leave GC at 2:15 today (note earlier time than previously posted), head over to the U of L/Speed campus. Lecture at 6 pm. Those who wish can visit 21C on the way home. Hope you can join us. RSVP to Dr. Decker by noon TODAY! Also, join the reading group, as we'll review Nochlin's seminal essay "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?"

Nochlin's topic tonight is poverty and the French artist Gustave Courbet -- "Misère: Courbet, Millet, and the Representation of Poverty in the Nineteenth Century." Update on the event is above this post.

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