Archive for April, 2007

April 17 – Picasso and American Art

On Tuesday, April 17, Michael FitzGerald, Associate Professor of Fine Art – Trinity College, will discuss the recent, celebrated exhibition that he curated at the Whitney Museum. In this talk, he will explore Picasso’s varied and far-reaching impact on 20th Century American artists.
A landmark exhibition, ten years in the planning, Picasso and American Art celebrates Picasso’s dramatic impact on the course of 20th Century American art. Although Picasso never set foot in America, many of this country’s most important artists saw him as the central figure of modern art and defined their own achievements through their absorption or critique of his example.
This exhibition has recently traveled to San Francisco, where it will be on display at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art until May 28, 2007.
When: Tuesday, April 17
4:30pm
Where: Trinity College
Raether Library and Information Technology Center
Joslin Family 1823 Room
Reception to immediately follow. This event is free and open to the public.

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April 4 – Racial and Ethnic Minorities and Urban Politics

Connecticut Cities – Author Talk and Book Signing
Peter F. Burns
Associate Professor of Political Science
Loyola University New Orleans
Sponsored by Trinity College and Watkinson Library Associates
Abstract: The Library will be hosting Peter F. Burns for an author talk and book signing for his book:
“Electoral Politics Is Not Enough: Racial and Ethnic Minorities and Urban Politics”
This book examines how and why government leaders understand and respond to African Americans and Latinos in Bridgeport, Hartford, Stamford, and Waterbury.
Wednesday. April 4, 2007
4:30pm
Joslin family 1823 Room
Raether Library and Information Technology Center
Please contact Jessica Smith for additional information.
Biographical Sketch: Peter F. Burns is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, and a former Visiting Assistant Professor at Trinity College in Hartford. He is Associate Professor of Political Science at Loyola University New Orleans.
Wednesday, April 4, 2007 – 4:30PM
Joslin Family 1823 Room – Raether LITC

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