Weekly Colloquium: Feb. 14, 2018The Late Antique Wall Paintings of Amheida, EgyptSusanna McFadden, Visiting Assistant Professor in Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology at Bryn Mawr, discusses decorative complexities.Event Details
Weekly Colloquium: Feb. 28, 2018An Artist’s Perspective on the Ideal LandscapeIn his "Field Trip," painter Wilhelm Neusser of Cambridge, Mass., explores late Romanticism.Event Details
Weekly Colloquium: March 7, 2018Painting After the Mass-Produced ImageDavid J. Roxburgh, Chair and Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Islamic Art History at Harvard, explores 19th century Iranian art.Event Details
Weekly Colloquium: March 21, 2018Art and Material Culture of the Qin DynastyJason Sun of the Metropolitan Museum of Art presents “The First Emperor, the Chinese Empire, and the Wider World."Event Details
Since 1999, the Center for Visual Culture at Bryn Mawr College has served as home to a weekly colloquium featuring presentations by scholars across a wide range of disciplines, as well as talks by visual artists, curators, and theorists, who engage and challenge in this forum.
The Center for Visual Culture builds on the traditions in art and archeological study at Bryn Mawr while supporting inquiry and exploration into modern visual expression.
Presentations sponsored by the Center are free and open to the public.