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Graduate Student Lectureship Program
Nov 08, 2011

The Graduate Student Lectureship Program provides local art and art history graduate students the opportunity to research and present public lectures on works on view at the Modern. These focused gallery talks discuss artworks within a thematic framework designed to provide new insights on familiar pieces. After close observation, rigorous research, and original analysis, students design an interactive tour that fosters discussion with visitors in the galleries.

Graduate Student Lectureship Program
Nov 12, 2011

The Graduate Student Lectureship Program provides local art and art history graduate students the opportunity to research and present public lectures on works on view at the Modern. These focused gallery talks discuss artworks within a thematic framework designed to provide new insights on familiar pieces. After close observation, rigorous research, and original analysis, students design an interactive tour that fosters discussion with visitors in the galleries.

Graduate Student Lectureship Program
Nov 13, 2011

The Graduate Student Lectureship Program provides local art and art history graduate students the opportunity to research and present public lectures on works on view at the Modern. These focused gallery talks discuss artworks within a thematic framework designed to provide new insights on familiar pieces. After close observation, rigorous research, and original analysis, students design an interactive tour that fosters discussion with visitors in the galleries.

Graduate Student Lectureship Program
Nov 15, 2011

The Graduate Student Lectureship Program provides local art and art history graduate students the opportunity to research and present public lectures on works on view at the Modern. These focused gallery talks discuss artworks within a thematic framework designed to provide new insights on familiar pieces. After close observation, rigorous research, and original analysis, students design an interactive tour that fosters discussion with visitors in the galleries.

Graduate Student Lectureship Program
Nov 19, 2011

The Graduate Student Lectureship Program provides local art and art history graduate students the opportunity to research and present public lectures on works on view at the Modern. These focused gallery talks discuss artworks within a thematic framework designed to provide new insights on familiar pieces. After close observation, rigorous research, and original analysis, students design an interactive tour that fosters discussion with visitors in the galleries.

Modern Graduate Series
Nov 22, 2011

The Modern Graduate Series aims to foster and sustain a vibrant, creative dialogue among fine arts and art history graduate students from across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. The series is a succession of quarterly meetings where area graduate students can experience the Modern’s special exhibitions and attend lectures by visiting artists, scholars, and art professionals from across the state. Prior to each lecture, graduate students will enjoy complimentary access to the galleries.

Graduate Student Lectureship Program
Dec 09, 2011

The Graduate Student Lectureship Program provides local art and art history graduate students the opportunity to research and present public lectures on works on view at the Modern. These focused gallery talks discuss artworks within a thematic framework designed to provide new insights on familiar pieces, special exhibitions, and new acquisitions. After close observation, rigorous research, and original analysis, students each design an interactive tour that fosters discussion with visitors in the galleries.

Modern Graduate Series
Feb 08, 2012

 

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern
Mar 13, 2012

Brooklyn-based artist Byron Kim is known for his monochrome paintings, born out of representation, that seemingly challenge their relationship to abstraction. Faye Hirsch describes his work in an interview with the artist for Art in America, “You see subtle variations of color within the fields.

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern
Mar 27, 2012

Andrea Fraser is an artist currently based in Los Angeles, California, where she is a professor at UCLA in the department of art. She also serves as visiting faculty for the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York. Fraser has used performance, video, and a range of other media to explore the motivations that drive artists, collectors, art dealers, corporate sponsors, museum trustees, and museum visitors from the pursuit of prestige to that of financial investment, to sexual fantasy and self-realization.

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