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2015 Sophomore Assembly

Tuesday, September 8, 2015 2:00pm – 3:30pm

UC Ballroom

Class of 2018, come join us for the COLFA Sophomore Assembly! Learn about all the resources COLFA has to offer. You also have a chance to win some great prizes like an Amazon Fire HD tablet, Beats Headphones, Amazon Fire Stick, and more (must be present to win). Cheesy Jane's will also be in attendance handing out free milkshakes.

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Latin American Art & Culture Colloquium: Gina McDaniel Tarver

Wednesday, October 14, 2015 11:30am – 12:30pm

Faculty Center Assembly Room, John Peace Library, 4th Floor

The UTSA College Of Liberal and Fine Arts and Department of Art & Art History is proud to present the "Latin American Art & Culture Colloquium: A Lecture Series

Gina McDaniel Tarver (Associate Professor of Art History, Trinity University) - "Natural (and Unnatural) History in Contemporary Columbian Art"

The lecture is free and open to Students, Faculty, and the Public.

With the aim of contributing to UTSA’s Latin American Initiative, the Department of Art and Art History’s Dr. Teresa Eckmann and Dr. Juliet Wiersema host this lecture series focused on the art, history, and culture of Latin America, past and present. Speakers come from varying humanistic disciplines including art and art history, history, anthropology, achaeology, architecture, and philosophy.

Sponsored by: UTSA President Ricardo Romo, UTSA COLFA Dean Dan Gelo, UTSA Vice Provost for Internaitonal Initiatives René Zenteno, The UTSA Department of Art & Art History.

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Latin American Art & Culture Colloquium: Kathryn O’Rourke

Wednesday, September 23, 2015 11:30am – 12:30pm

Faculty Center Assembly Room, John Peace Library, 4th Floor

The UTSA College Of Liberal and Fine Arts and Department of Art & Art History is proud to present the "Latin American Art & Culture Colloquium: A Lecture Series

Kathryn O'Rourke (Assistant Professor of Art History, Trinity University) - "Pulque and Patria: Juan O’Gorman and Representation in Mexican Architecture"

The lecture is free and open to Students, Faculty, and the Public.

With the aim of contributing to UTSA’s Latin American Initiative, the Department of Art and Art History’s Dr. Teresa Eckmann and Dr. Juliet Wiersema host this lecture series focused on the art, history, and culture of Latin America, past and present. Speakers come from varying humanistic disciplines including art and art history, history, anthropology, achaeology, architecture, and philosophy.

Sponsored by: UTSA President Ricardo Romo, UTSA COLFA Dean Dan Gelo, UTSA Vice Provost for Internaitonal Initiatives René Zenteno, The UTSA Department of Art & Art History.

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COLFA Semester Abroad - Urbino, Italy Information Session

Thursday, September 17, 2015 6:00pm

MB 2.314

Come spend a semester abroad in the ancient walled city of Urbino, Italy, center of Renassance literature, art, and culture. This program is open to both undergraduate or graduate students in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts and other majors interested in taking COLFA courses.

Learn more on the Urbino site →

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Latin American Art & Culture Colloquium: Carolyn Tate

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Faculty Center Assembly Room, John Peace Library, 4th Floor

The UTSA College Of Liberal and Fine Arts and Department of Art & Art History is proud to present the "Latin American Art & Culture Colloquium: A Lecture Series

Carolyn Tate (Professor of Art History, Texas Tech University) - "Visual Memory of Shapes: A Neurobiological Look athe Contributions of Olmec Sculpture to the Origins of Mesoamerican Pictographic Communication Systems"

Reception to follow in the Faculty Center

The lecture is free and open to Students, Faculty, and the Public.

With the aim of contributing to UTSA’s Latin American Initiative, the Department of Art and Art History’s Dr. Teresa Eckmann and Dr. Juliet Wiersema host this lecture series focused on the art, history, and culture of Latin America, past and present. Speakers come from varying humanistic disciplines including art and art history, history, anthropology, achaeology, architecture, and philosophy.

Sponsored by: UTSA President Ricardo Romo, UTSA COLFA Dean Dan Gelo, UTSA Vice Provost for Internaitonal Initiatives René Zenteno, The UTSA Department of Art & Art History.

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