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Curator Conversation

University Collections Panel

Academic staff from the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s varied and rich collections will discuss the ways their holdings support interdisciplinary teaching. Confirmed panelists include Curator of Special Collections and History of Science Senior Lecturer Robin E. Rider, Chazen Museum of Art Chief Curator Katherine D. Alcauskas, Kohler Art Library Director Anna Simon, and UW Zoological Museum Associate Director & Curator of Osteology Laura Monahan. Wisconsin Idea, 1199, Nancy Nicholas Hall. 2-4 p.m. Information: abarrios2@wisc.edu

Director’s Conversation: Sifting & Reckoning

Chazen Director Amy Gilman, and Public History Project Director Kacie Lucchini Butcher, discuss the UW–Madison Public History Project and the work that went into creating Sifting & Reckoning: UW–Madison’s History of Exclusion and Resistance.

This project was “a multi-year effort to uncover and give voice to those who experienced and challenged exclusion on campus."

This conversation will occur in the Chazen Auditorium from 6–7 p.m. Live stream available. Auditorium, Chazen Museum of Art (Also offered online). 6-7 p.m. Cost: Free; registration required. Information: jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Echoing Overseas: Curator in Conversation

Chi-Lynn Lin, PhD student and curator of Echoing Overseas, and Steffani Bennett, UW–Madison assistant professor and Joan B Mirviss Chair in Japanese Art will take a closer look at processes of artistic exchange in pre-modern and modern Asian art. Lin and Bennett will invite the audience to rethink issues of influence, originality, and agency.
Conversation: 6–7 p.m. (Chazen Auditorium)
Reception: 7–8 p.m. (Chazen Lobby) Auditorium, Chazen Museum of Art. 6-8 p.m. Cost: Free. Information: jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator’s Conversations: Pressing Innovation with James Wehn

James Wehn, Van Vleck Curator of Works on Paper, hosts a conversation on Pressing Innovation: Printing Fine Art in the Upper Midwest. Wehn, who curated the exhibition, will share insights about contemporary prints and discuss selected works in detail.

https://fb.me/e/1dndAFvdl Chazen Museum of Art. 10-11 a.m. Cost: Free. Information: jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator’s Conversations: Pressing Innovation with James Wehn

Join James Wehn, Van Vleck Curator of Works on Paper, in conversation with the exhibition Pressing Innovation: Printing Fine Art in the Upper Midwest. Through close looking, James will share insights about contemporary prints and discuss selected works in detail.

https://fb.me/e/1MqP94U3B Chazen Museum of Art. 4-5 p.m. Information: jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator’s Conversations: Seeing Audubon with Emily Arthur and Robin Rider

Join printmaker and UW–Madison Associate Professor, Emily Arthur, and Curator of Special Collections, Robin Rider, Ph.D., in conversation with the exhibition Seeing Audubon: Robert Havell, Jr. and The Birds of America. Through close looking, Emily and Robin will share insights about the prints and discuss selected works in detail.

Registration is limited to 20 participants. Tickets are required to attend.

https://fb.me/e/262ji2UKw Chazen Museum of Art. 10-11 a.m. Information: jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator’s Conversations: Seeing Audubon with Emily Arthur and Robin Rider

Join printmaker and UW–Madison Associate Professor, Emily Arthur, and Curator of Special Collections, Robin Rider, Ph.D., in conversation with the exhibition Seeing Audubon: Robert Havell, Jr. and The Birds of America. Through close looking, Emily and Robin will share insights about the prints and discuss selected works in detail.

Registration is limited to 20 participants. Tickets are required to attend.

https://fb.me/e/5vsZJHVLe Chazen Museum of Art. 4-5 p.m. Information: jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator’s Conversations: Seeing Audubon with Emily Arthur and Robin Rider

Join printmaker and UW–Madison Associate Professor, Emily Arthur, and Curator of Special Collections, Robin Rider, Ph.D., in conversation with the exhibition Seeing Audubon: Robert Havell, Jr. and The Birds of America. Through close looking, Emily and Robin will share insights about the prints and discuss selected works in detail.

Registration is limited to 20 participants. Tickets are required to attend.

https://fb.me/e/2canVkDtO Chazen Museum of Art. 10-11 a.m. Information: jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator’s Conversations: Seeing Audubon with Emily Arthur and Robin Rider

Join printmaker and UW–Madison Associate Professor, Emily Arthur, and Curator of Special Collections, Robin Rider, Ph.D., in conversation with the exhibition Seeing Audubon: Robert Havell, Jr. and The Birds of America. Through close looking, Emily and Robin will share insights about the prints and discuss selected works in detail.

Registration is limited to 20 participants. Tickets are required to attend.

https://fb.me/e/1qt03K0Ha Chazen Museum of Art. 4-5 p.m. Information: jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator’s Conversations: Pressing Innovation with James Wehn

Join James Wehn, Van Vleck Curator of Works on Paper, in conversation with the exhibition Pressing Innovation: Printing Fine Art in the Upper Midwest. Through close looking, James will share insights about contemporary prints and discuss selected works in detail.

About the Exhibition
Pressing Innovation explores the history and work of fine-art printing presses in the Upper Midwest, focusing on each press’s distinct mission and contribution to printmaking in the late 20th and 21st centuries. Chazen Museum of Art. 10-11 a.m. Information: 263-2246, jprey@chazen.wisc.edu