Learning

  1. Lecture: The Beach as Contested Space

    Tom Ankersen, UF Law Professor and Director the College of Law’s Conservation Clinic will address the past, present and future of Florida’s beaches in an era of rising seas. For most of the 20th Century, Floridian’s took the State’s beaches for granted, a limitless resource…

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  2. Curator Talk: African Women Artists

    Join Susan Cooksey, Curator of African Art, for a look at the Sande society performances of Sierra Leone and Liberia, one of the most historically significant and dynamic women’s masquerades on the continent. Then, learn about the museum’s recent acquisitions of stunning works by contemporary…

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  3. Lecture: Atomic Art on a Hot Bikini Cloud

    “Atomic Art around a Hot Bikini Cloud” Serge Guilbaut, Professor Emeritus of Art History University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada This lecture investigates a moment of history around 1946 when an atomic bomb explosion on the Bikini atoll shook and transformed worldwide politics and artistic…

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  4. Harn Member pARTy

    Join us in celebrating the exhibition “History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence.” Not a Harn Member? Sign up online for free at harn.ufl.edu/join and we’ll see you at the pARTy!

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  5. Artist Lecture by Joni Sternbach

    “Across the Great Divide: Surfers, Cyanide and Landscape” Artist Joni Sternbach will discuss her creative process and the works on view in the exhibition. She uses both large format film and early photographic processes to create contemporary landscapes and environmental portraits. Her work centers on…

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  6. Curator Talk on Jacob Lawrence

    Following our Community Kick-Off: The Art of Jacob Lawrence, join Susan Cooksey, Curator of African Art on a tour focused on Lawrence’s visual narratives of African-American history and life. Together, explore Lawrence’s major themes of Emancipation, the Great Migration and the Civil Rights Movement.

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  7. Curator Talk: Explore Korea

    Discover paintings, ceramics, sculpture and folk materials from the first several centuries CE through the early 20th century in the exhibition “Korean Art: Collecting Treasures.” In particular, hear from Jason Steuber, Cofrin Curator of Asian Art about research and conservation of the 17th century Bodhisattva,…

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  8. Gainesville Handweavers Guild

    Peruvian Textiles with Maya Stanfield Mazi