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A Photo of the Huntington Library copy of The Honorable Historie of Frier Bacon, and Frier Bongay As it Was Lately Plaid by the Prince Palatine His Seruants. Made by Robert Greene, Master of Arts. London: Printed by Elizabeth Allde dwelling neere Christ-Church, 1630.

Workshop Talk: Jacob Crawford, UTD Fellow

Jacob Crawford, Playing with Publishing: A Study of Early Modern Playbook Title Pages
At The O’Donnell Institute Research Center at the DMA
Open to O’Donnell Institute/UT Dallas/DMA affiliates and other Dallas-Fort Worth art historians


Jean Baptiste Marie Pierre, The Abduction of Europa, 1750, oil on canvas, Dallas Museum of Art, Foundation for the Arts Collection, Mrs. John B. O'Hara Fund

Gallery Talk: Bonnie Pitman, UTD Distinguished Scholar in Residence; Director of Art/Brain Innovations, Center for BrainHealth; and EODIAH Distinguished Scholar in Residence

Art and Medicine Tour
At the Dallas Museum of Art
By invitation only


(L) Edward Hopper, Nighthawks, 1942, oil on canvas. The Art Institute of Chicago. (R) Asher Durand, Kindred Spirits, 1849, oil on canvas. Bentonville, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

Reports from O'Donnell Institute Post-Doctoral Fellows: Dr. Gao Xin on American Modernism and Dr. Liu Yi on American Landscape Painting

Dr. Gao Xin,The Art of Anamorphosis: Edward Hopper and the Culture of Modernity
Dr. Liu Yi, Americanness in Landscape Painting
At The O’Donnell Institute Research Center at the DMA
Open to O’Donnell Institute/UT Dallas/DMA affiliates and other Dallas-Fort Worth art historians


Ewer, Egypt, late 10th–early 11th century, Rock crystal; carved; 19th-century gold mounts by Jean-Valentin Morel, The Keir Collection of Islamic Art on loan to the Dallas Museum of Art, K.1 2014.1.a-b.

Symposium

Intersections: Visual Cultures of Islamic Cosmopolitanism

A collaboration between the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, Islamic Art Revival Series and Aga Khan Council for the Central United States in partnership with the Dallas Museum of Art.

At UT Dallas and the Dallas Museum of Art

Open to the public

Friday, May 4 Register here
Saturday, May 5 Register here