Lecture & Projection
Projecting Biodiversity Through Art

Lecture: Monday, November 13, 5:30 pm
Digital Projection: November 16 + 18, 7 – 9 pm

Media artist Naziha Mestaoui employs social media and public spectacle to engage participants with environmental issues. She will discuss her UF biodiversity project “One Tree, One Planet” and her 2015 projection on the Eiffel Tower in Paris. A reception will follow the lecture. Also view Mestaoui’s digital projection on the exterior of the Harn which joins aesthetics and science to activate people to change the world.

Note: This is an outdoor event. The Harn will be closed, but you may visit the Florida Museum for related programming.


Ask an Artist: Portraiture and Identity

Sunday, November 19, 3 pm
Join Richard Heipp, Bethany Taylor, Daniel Stepp and Jillian Marie Browning in a public discussion about portraiture and identity in art, with a particular look at works in Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French Art from The Horvitz Collection. As artists and professors, their individual perspectives and practices will encourage new and varied ways of experiencing and thinking about portraiture in this exhibition and the genre broadly. Email eking@harn.ufl.edu with Subject Line “Ask an Artist” to submit a question in advance.


Curator Talk
What Eve Said to the Serpent: A Brief History of Women Landscape Photographers

Sunday, December 3, 3 pm
Landscape photography, since the medium’s birth in 1839, was almost exclusively the preserve of men. In the 1930s, a few women ventured out, but from the 1980s onward, more women landscape photographers have carried large cameras and tripods into the wilderness. Explore the exhibition VAST: Sea, Salt, Sand, Sky, Photographs by Joni Sternbach with Carol McCusker, Curator of Photography and learn how what women landscape photographers found there has added to our understanding of the earth, and ourselves.