The Visiting Artists Lecture Series of the UC Davis College of Letters and Science brings a wide range of artists, art historians, curators and critics to campus for engaging presentations, talks and discussions.
Roy De Forest, a founding faculty member of the UC Davis art department, has first comprehensive retrospective.
An art talk/conversation between critic and curator Karen Wilkin and painter Catherine Murphy that will take place March 9 at 4:30 p.m. at the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art.
Colloquium Examines the Lasting Impact of Roman Urban Building
February 01, 2017
“The Life and Afterlife of Ancient Roman Architecture,” the fifth installment of the Templeton Colloquium in Art History, took place at UC Davis Feb. 10.
An art history colloquium at the University of California, Davis, will reach back 2,000 years to examine the lasting impact of Rome on how cities are created, look and function. “The Life and Afterlife of Ancient Roman Architecture,” Feb. 10 from 4 to 7 p.m., is the fifth installment of the Templeton Colloquium in Art History.
UC Davis College of Letters and Science graduates have new books on shelves and new art in galleries.
Working in her Oakland studio, Lisa Rybovich Crallé was surrounded by teetering stacks of white rings looking like oversize life preservers. These rings, 500 of them, will be linked to form a 1,500-foot-long sculpture that will hang from the canopy of the UC Davis Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art for its grand opening.
Art Professor Emeritus at Tate Gallery
May 01, 2016
Department of Art and Art History professor Tom Bills, and professors emeriti David Hollowell and Roland Petersen, all have exhibitions opening in Sacramento on May 14.
Conrad Atkinson, professor emeritus in the Department of Art and Art History, has work in an exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London as well as a solo exhibition in New York.
UC Davis master of fine art students will be a major presence in Sacramento during May and June.