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Students: There is still Summer 2020 online course availability for classes beginning on August 3. View all Liberal Arts Summer Courses.

Events & Exhibitions

Upcoming Lectures and Events

All events scheduled to take place on campus are cancelled through June 28, 2020. This includes Tulane sponsored events (camps, festivals, theatrical productions, etc.) as well as activities sponsored by outside organizations.

Recent Lectures and Events

Intersections: Book Arts as Convergence
January 2 - February 6, Carroll Gallery

This Bridge Called Our Backs:  Judith F. Baca, Muralism, and Community Engagement
Anna Indych-Lopez, Associate Professor of Art History, The City University of New York
Monday, February 3, 6 pm, Stone Auditorium, supported by the Mellon Graduate Program in Community Engaged Scholarship

MFA Exhibition: Blas Isasi
February 11-17, reception: Friday, February 14, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, walkthrough with the artist at 6 pm, Carroll Gallery

Visiting Artist: Mark Zirpel
Thursday, February 13, 5 pm - 7:30 pm, Pace-Willson Glass Studio
Supported by the JoAnn Flom Greenberg Fund

MFA Exhibition: Jarrod Jackson
February 26 - March 4, reception: Friday, February 28, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, walkthrough with the artist at 6 pm, Carroll Gallery

Art History Graduate Student Association Lecture
The Apocalypse of the Duc de Berry and the Apocalyptic Great Schism"
Richard K. Emmerson, Visiting Distinguished Professor, Florida State University
Thursday, February 27, 6 pm, Stone Auditorium
supported by the Terry K. Simmons Fund
MFA Exhibition: Juliana Kasumu

March 11 - 17, reception: Friday, March 13, 6 pm - 8 pm, walkthrough with the artist at 6:30 pm, Carroll Gallery

Sandra Garrard Memorial Lecture
“Experimentations in Art and Science, Revealing the Oddness of Nature”
Mónica Bello, Curator and Head of Arts at CERN
Thursday, March 12, 6 pm, Freeman Auditorium
supported by Sandra Garrard Memorial Fund

Visiting Artist: Shimon Attie
Thursday, March 19, 6 pm, Freeman Auditorium
supported by Sandra Garrard Memorial Fund

MFA Exhibitions: Sara Abbas and Mark Morris
March 23 - 27, by appointment only, Carroll Gallery

CANCELLED: Medieval and Early Modern Studies Mini-Symposium: "Virtual Community"
Eileen Reeves, Princeton University: “Borrowed Light: Art and Astronomy at the Villa Medici”
Richard Rambuss, Brown University: “Devotional Cosmopolitanism: Crashaw and Teresa of Ávila”
Fan Zhang, Tulane University: “Articulating Identity in Cosmopolis: Funerary Portraits of Fifth-Century Pingcheng, China"
Monday, March 30, 2:45 pm - 5 pm, Rogers Memorial Chapel

BFA Exhibition #1
April 2 - 17, Carroll Gallery

Student Art Awards
Thursday, April 23,  Stone Auditorium

BFA Exhibition #2
April 23 -May 1 Carroll Gallery
BA Exhibition
May 7 - May 15, Carroll Gallery

Mentors, Studio Art Faculty Exhibition | August 21 - September 25, opening reception: Wednesday, August 28, 5:30 - 7:30 pm | Carroll Gallery

Andrea Fraser, Artist’s Talk | Monday, September 16, 6pm | Freeman Auditorium

Indoor Garden | October 3-24, opening reception: Thursday, October 3 | Carroll Gallery

Relics of Place: Stone Fragments of the Holy Sepulchre in Eleventh-Century France | Renana Bartal, Tel Aviv University |  Friday, October 25, 6pm |  Stone Auditorium

Wave ’19, Homecoming/Alumni Weekend | Glass demo & open studios | Friday, November 1, 1-4pm

Undergraduate Juried Exhibition 2019 | Juror:  Dr. Benjamin Benus, Professor fo Art History, Loyola University | November 5 - 26, opening reception, including walkthrough with the juror: Thursday, November 7, 5:30 - 7:30 pm | Carroll Gallery

MFA Lecture, Juliana Kasumu & Blas Isasi Gutiérrez | Wednesday, November 6, 6pm | Stone Auditorium 

2019 Wladis Lecture on Curatorial Careers, Mary Cassatt: Planning an Exhibition at the National Gallery, a lecture by Mary Morton, Curator and Head of the French Paintings Department, National Gallery of Art | Thursday, November 7, 6pm | Stone Auditorium

MFA Lecture, Sara Abbas & Jarrod Jackson | Wednesday, November 13, 6pm | Stone Auditorium 

Looters: Itinerant Images of West African Architecture | organized by art historian Adrian Anagnost and artists Manol Gueorguiev and Abdi Farah |  October 14, 2019 (9am-5pm) to December 13, 2019 (9am-5pm) | Small Center for Collaborative Design | 1725 Baronne St

MFA Lecture, Mark Morris | Wednesday, November 20, 6pm | Stone Auditorium 

Newcomb Art Department Holiday Sale | Thursday, December 12, open 6-8pm; Friday and Saturday, December 13 and 14, open 10am-4pm | Carroll Gallery

Newcomb Art Department event archive | Sandra Garrard Memorial Lecture Series