The Department of Art, Art History & Design's Printmaking program will be hosting a Fine Art Print Sale. The sale will take place January 17-19 from 12 pm-5 pm in the commons area on the 3rd floor of Riley Hall. Prices range from $1-$25. We accept cash, check, and PayPal transfers. Funds will help students attend the international printmaking conference - SGCI (Southern Graphics Conference International) this spring.
Fri Jan 19, 2018
Tue Feb 6, 2018
Jean-Guillaume Moitte (French, 1746–1810), Study for Three Silver Urns, n.d., pen and black ink and gray wash over black chalk on laid paper, 6.3 × 17 inches (sight). Gift of Mr. John D. Reilly ’63, in honor of Virginia A. Marten, 2006.058
Thu Feb 15, 2018
Judy Pfaff will give an illustrated talk of her body of work in Annenberg Auditorium and then spend time in the Modern Women’s Prints exhibition talking about her print, “…wind-deer and the honey-grass…”
Wed Mar 7, 2018
Bill Maurer, Dean of Social Sciences and Professor of Anthropology and Law, University of California, Irvine, “Money Immaterial: The Cashless Past, A Cashless Future, and The Public Good.”
Thu Mar 15, 2018
Figure It Out
Explore the complexity of the human form during facilitated nude figure drawing sessions in the 18th and 19th Century Galleries (which will be open only to those drawing). No experience is required. Guidance will be provided by Notre Dame MFA students, and all materials will be supplied.
*This event is for adults 17 and over.
Thu Apr 19, 2018
Artist and experimental composer Galindo creates instruments that look like sculptures using discarded items found at the U.S./Mexico border. This sonic ritual performance will explore the challenging physical and emotional realities of the border.