Events

Tuesday, August 22

This World and Others Like It

Artist Drew Nikonowicz, BFA ’16, will exhibit a collection of his award-winning work. Nikonowicz uses analog photographic processes and computer simulations...

EXHIBITION-Painted Personas: The Portraits of George Caleb Bingham

Painted Personas: The Portraits of George Caleb Bingham June 10 – September 23, 2017 Main Gallery, Columbia Research Center The State Historical Society...

Graves-Chapple Research Center Field Day

The Graves-Chapple Research Center will host its annual field day on Tuesday, Aug. 22 at the Center near Rock Port. The field day will begin with a...

Exhibition: Courtiers, Courtesans, and Crones: Women in Japanese Prints

This focus exhibition investigates depictions of women in Japanese woodblock prints and considers the limited identities and confining roles associated with...

Exhibition: Impressions of Modernity: Prints from 1870 to 1945

Prints are often overlooked in histories of Modernism, although many artists in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were also printmakers. This...

Exhibition: The Lasting World: Simon Dinnerstein and The Fulbright Triptych

This exhibition of Simon Dinnerstein’s work explores the noted New York artist’s creative arc from early, hyper-realist works through more introspective and...

International Student Welcome: Check-in sessions

New international students must check in at the International Center within 30 days of their program start date. You only need to attend one session and must...

VoiceThread Basics 3- Moderating comments, private and threaded replies, and copying

In our third workshop in the series, participants will learn how to use comment moderation to formatively assess student work, give private feedback, use...

Hundley-Whaley Research Center Twilight Tour

The Hundley-Whaley Research Center will host its annual twilight tour from 5-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 22 at the Center in Albany. The event is free and open...

Invisible Eclipses: Prediction and Ritual in Medieval Japanese Astronomy

Dr. Kristina Buhrman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Religion at Florida State University. Dr. Buhrman is a historian of Japanese religions...

Invisible Eclipses: Prediction and Ritual in Medieval Japanese Astronomy

Kristina Buhrman, assistant professor of religion at Florida State University and a historian of Japanese religions, will present “Invisible Eclipses:...

Tuesday, August 22