Posts Tagged ‘Daniel Harkett’

Professional Development Fund grants awarded

The Professional Development Fund Committee met mid-November to review project proposals submitted for its Fall 2014 funding cycle. The Committee is pleased to announce the following awards to: John Caserta, Assistant Professor in Graphic Design, to support printing costs related to the project for/with/in. Farrin Abbas Zadeh, Lecturer in History of Art + Visual Culture, […]

French Studies Colloquium welcomes Harkett

Daniel Harkett (Associate Professor, History of Art & Visual Culture) attended the 40th Annual Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium, which took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Participating in the panel “Evading the Hierarchies of Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture,” Harkett gave a paper titled “Fixing, Blurring, Evading: Reproductive Painting on Porcelain under the Restoration.” The talk focused […]

Harkett discusses “Horace Vernet, Painter of Modern Life”

Colby College, Waterville, Maine, has announced a schedule of October events, including a talk by Daniel Harkett (Associate Professor, HAVC). The Noontime Art Talk featuring Harkett is set for Thursday, Oct. 30, at Colby College Museum of Art. Harkett will discuss Horace Vernet, the nineteenth-century French painter of sporting subjects and vast battle panoramas, notably […]

Double Take: Madame Recamier: December 9

Specialists from various fields offer differing views on  objects and stimulate thinking about social context, artistic interpretation, and the ever-evolving meaning of objects. Sculptor Joseph Chinard’s marble bust of Juliette Récamier (1777–1849) portrays the renowned hostess of post-revolutionary French literary and political society. Daniel Harkett (Assistant Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) and stone […]

Professional Development Fund Spring 2011 funding cycle

The Professional Development Fund Committee met on April 19, 2011 to review project proposals submitted for its Spring funding cycle. The Committee received 27 proposals requesting over $90,000 in support. The Committee is pleased to announce the following awards: Mary Bergstein (Professor, History of Art and Visual Culture) received funding for her study at the […]