Summer Gallery Hours:
Wed, Thurs, Sat: 12-3pm
Closed Monday, Tuesday, Sunday and Federal Holidays
Academic Year Gallery Hours:
Tues, Wed, Sat: 12-3pm
Thurs, Fri: 12-6pm
Closed Monday, Sunday, and University Holidays
March, 27, 2014, Masquer Theatre
Lecture: Japanese Friendship Dolls by Alan Scott Pate, in conjunction with the exhibition The Japanese Woodblock Print: An Extension of the Impermanent.
March, 18, 2014, Masquer Theatre
Lecture: Sex in City: Images of Town, Country and Tradition in Edo Japan by UM Assistant Professors of Japanese Brain Dowdle, PhD and Robert Tuck PhD, in conjunction with the exhibition The Japanese Woodblock Print: An Extension of the Impermanent.
November 4, 2013, Masquer Theatre
UM proffesor of Art History and Criticism, Dr. Rafael Chacón, discusses the MMAC exhibition Figurative Modernists: Picasso, Chagall and other Masterpieces from a Private Collection, in his lecture The Centrality of the Figure in Early Modern Art. According to Chacón, “Rather than disappearing into the void of abstraction, the human figure continued to express humanity's deepest questions and remained a fertile arena for artists exploring a range of modernist preoccupations that often transcended formal concerns.”
September 10, 2013, Masquer Theatre
Artist talk with Henry Freedman in conjunction with the exhibition Henry Freedman: Imagining New Worlds. Originally from Bostson and trained as a painter, Freedman is a professor emeritus of art history at Keene State College in New Hampshire. Despite the demands of acadamia, Freedman created art throughout his career, saying "because I continue to create, I am a better teacher. Art and art history are not seperate; they are facets of the same jewel."