UVA Art Museum

UVA Art Museum hosts lunchtime talk by Benjamin Ray
Published on Mar 5th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum presents a lunchtime talk by Benjamine Ray, professor of religious studies and adjunct curator at the Museum, who will discuss "How to Talk about African Art."...
UVA Art Museum hosts lunchtime talk by Tyler Jo Smith
Published on Mar 5th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum presents a lunchtime talk by Tyler Jo Smith, associate professor of classical art and archeology, who will discuss ancient Mediterranean art on view in the...
UVA Art Museum hosts lunchtime talk by Stephen Margulies
Published on Mar 5th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum presents a lunchtime talk by Stephe Margulies, who guest curated the current exhibition, "The Dancer and the Dance: Prints, Drawings, and Photographs." 155 Rugby...
UVA Art Museum hosts Final Friday reception
Published on Feb 20th, 2011
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum hosts a Final Friday reception to celebrate its current exhibitions, "Excavating New Ground: American Art in the 1970s,""Southern Views/Southern Photographers,"...
UVA Art Museum presents lecture by Jay Xu
Published on Oct 9th, 2008
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum's 2011 Ellen Bayard Weedon Lecture in the Arts of Asia presents Jay Xu, director of the Asian  Art Museum of San Francisco, who will discuss "Mysterious...
UVA Art Museum presents lecture by Robert Mintz
Published on Oct 9th, 2008
0 comments The University of Virginia Art Museum's 2011 Ellen Bayard Weedon Lecture in the Arts of Asia presents Robert Mintz, who will discuss "Kado: Japan's Way with Flowers" The talk will examine Japanese...
Boled over: Big trees suggest stories
Published on Jul 3rd, 2003
0 comments Emilie Brzezinski came to modern art by an unusual path. Hardly the bohemian loft dweller, Brzezinski inhabited instead the upper echelon of the Washington, D.C., social scene as the wife of an...
Being green: It's easy at UVA Museum
Published on May 1st, 2003
0 comments It’s spring. Luminous shades of green are everywhere. This Sunday they are especially prominent at the University of Virginia Art Museum where the Young Friends of the Museum are sponsoring the...
Sketchy: Herblock could be biting
Published on Mar 27th, 2003
0 comments When it comes to the dour, farcical invention that is politics, a dose of humor is certainly welcome. This spring, the UVA Center for Politics hosts a symposium on humor in politics, and in...
Not a crock: Shipwreck yielded porcelain treasures
Published on Jan 30th, 2003
0 comments Probably everyone at one time or another believed or hoped that their grandparents’ old geisha-and-bony-tree-branch vase was really a Ming treasure, and that they’d strike it rich as soon as they...
California dreamin': UVA museum shows western works
Published on Nov 21st, 2002
0 comments In many things cultural, New York City overshadows the rest of the country. But California, that upstart, roller-skate state where the frontier came to an abrupt halt, seems to have a special, almost...
Artful offerings at Fayerweather
Published on Sep 12th, 2002
0 comments UVA faculty and students mingled with locals at the opening reception for "Art Now" at the Fayerweather Gallery Friday, September 6. On display through September 26, "Art Now" showcases recent works...
Check mail: Exhibit highlights Japanese letters
Published on Aug 22nd, 2002
0 comments Even when school’s in full session, this modest little exhibit at the University of Virginia Art Museum might remain largely unexplored. In the swell of (deserved) attention surrounding the Sam Abell...
Mixed bag
Published on May 23rd, 2002
0 comments This is, one supposes, the kind of exhibit that small institutional museums have to put together on occasion. The work currently on display in the upper gallery at the University of Virginia Museum...
Going native at UVA
Published on Apr 4th, 2002
0 comments After several weeks of pop art sci-fi (the Westerman prints) and decidedly literary byproduct (prints by Blake, paintings by Dos Pasos), the University of Virginia Museum of Art goes out west for an...