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Celebrating Cuban Art
Women Artists from the Harn Collection
Portraits of Frida Kahlo
Celebrate the opening of our newest exhibitions including Meant to be Shared. Not a member? Join for free at harn.ufl.edu/join. Bring a friend or make a new one at the pARTy!
Cotton to the Cade: Science, History and Art are Never Apart!
Visit Depot Park and join the Harn and other partners in an exciting walking tour of many cultural organizations in our community. More information at cademuseum.org.
In/visible: Women and Gender in Art
UF scholars will discuss the relationship between art and gender in a global context. Panelists will explore the ways in which biography and biology are and are not visible in works on view and in works by women artists. This discussion is presented in conjuction with the exhibition Intra-Action: Women Artists from the Harn Collection.
The moderator and speakers are:
Nika Elder, Moderator, Visiting Assistant Professor, Modern/Contemporary Art, School of Art + Art History
Aida Hozic, Associate Professor International Relations, Department of Political Science
Kaira Cabanas, Associate Professor, Global Modern and Contemporary Art History School of Art and Art History
Tanya Saunders, Associate Professor Center for Latin American Studies and Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women’s Studies Center.
Art with Heart
Children ages 2 – 5 and their families tour the Harn, exploring color, shape, pattern and other “tot” interests, then enjoy hands-on art projects. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to start time to register.
Etching Enlightenment’s Demise: The Print Series of Francisco Goya
Janis A. Tomlinson, Director, University Museums, and Professor, Art History, University of Delaware
Four major etched series by Francisco Goya correspond with very distinct periods in Spanish history, tracing a trajectory from enlightened absolutism through a monarchy in crisis, the Napoleonic invasion, and restoration. This lecture will discuss Goya’s imagery on view in Meant to be Shared and changing techniques in relation to this context of a world transformed.
This is a Harn Eminent Scholar Chair in Art History Lecture. A Reception will follow the lecture.
Feb. 24, 6 - 8:30 pm
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"In/visible: Women and Gender in Art"
Sunday, Feb. 26, 3 pm
The University of Florida’s Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art collaborates with university and community partners to inspire, educate and enrich people’s lives through art. The museum brings the joy of experiencing great works of art to diverse university, community, national and global audiences through relevant and enlightening art collections, exhibitions and learning opportunities.