MONDAYS AT 6 PM -- OCTOBER 6 & 20 -- NOVEMBER 3 & 10
Advance screening of episodes 1-4 from season seven of Art21's Peabody Award-Winning Documentary Series, Art In The Twenty-First Century
OCTOBER 21, 2014, 7:30 PM
ANNUAL SAMOTHRACE LECTURE
Bonna Wescoat, professor of Art History and director of excavations at the Sanctuary of the Great Gods, discusses the collaborative work between her team and French colleagues on the restoration of the Winged Victory, now back on view at the Louvre.
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Bonna Wescoat won a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2014 which will enable her to develop and write a monograph, Insula Sacra: Samothrace and the Sanctuary of the Great Gods.
Walter Melion was awarded a fellowship for 2014 -- 2015 at the Newberry Library, Chicago, for his project, "Imago veridica": The Visual Form, Function, and Argument of Joannes David, S.J.'s Four Latin Emblem Books.