Upcoming Events

The spring semester is underway after a long winter break. Here are some noteworthy events, happening both on campus and off.

February 12-15. 102nd Annual CAA Conference, Chicago.

March 7 and 8. 44th Annual session of the Middle Atlantic Symposium in the History of Art, University of Maryland and Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art.

March 23.  Emerging Arts Leaders SymposiumAmerican University Arts Management Program

March 29.  Robyn Mathias Rafferty Mathias Student Research Conference,  American University College of Arts and Sciences

March 30. A. W Mellon Lecture series: How Jesus Celebrated Passover: The Jewish Origins of Christianity, National Gallery of Art East Building Auditorium.

April 3. Distinguished Scholar Lecture Featuring Debra Diamond, Associate Curator of South and Southeast Asian Art at the Freer and Sackler GalleriesAmerican University Art History Program, Abramson Recital Hall.

April 6. A. W Mellon Lecture Series: Bearers of Memory and Makers of History: The Many Paths to Christian Antiquity, National Gallery of Art East Building Auditorium.

April 13. A. W Mellon Lecture Series: Christian Origins and the Work of Time: Imagining the First Christians, National Gallery of Art East Building Auditorium.

April 27. A. W Mellon Lecture Series: Relics and Ruins: Material Survivals and Early Modern Interpretations, National Gallery of Art East Building Auditorium.

May 4. A. W Mellon Lecture Series: Martyrdom and Persecution: The Uses of Early Christian Suffering, National Gallery of Art East Building Auditorium.

May 11. A. W Mellon Lecture Series: Constantine and Conversion: The Roles of the First Christian Emperor, National Gallery of Art East Building Auditorium.

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