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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

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. 4-5 p.m. Information: 263-2246, jprey@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator Talk: American Art From 1870–1945

Join Janine Yorimoto Boldt, PhD, Associate Curator of American Art on Facebook Live as she discusses the recent changes to Brittingham Gallery VII, which now focuses on American art from 1870–1945. The gallery explores how artists sought to represent uniquely American subjects and responded to social changes, and includes several recent acquisitions. (Online). 10:30-11:30 a.m. Information: communications@chazen.wisc.edu

Curator Talk: Maria Saffiotti Dale

Join Maria Saffiotti Dale, Curator of Paintings, Sculpture and Decorative Arts, as she discusses the recent donation of studio glass works by pioneering female glass artist and UW-Madison alumna Audrey Handler. The new acquisitions span Handler’s career from the 1960s to the 2010s and include works by eight other leading studio glass artists. You’ll also learn about the beginnings of the studio glass movement and the inaugural glass program founded by Harvey K. Littleton at the university. Online. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Information: communications@chazen.wisc.edu