Events, Spring 2012
- Artist's lecture, Monday, February 6, at 7:00 p.m.,
in Griffiths 123
Daniel Heyman, When Photographers Are Blinded,
Eagles' Wings Are Clipped, etching on plywood, 11 x 12',
detail shown (House of Cards under Attack), 2010
Daniel Heyman is a painter and printmaker in Philadelphia. He is a 2010 Guggenheim Fellow in fine arts and a 2009 Pew Fellowship in the Arts recipient.
Heyman's work is featured in Male Desire: Homosexual Desire in American Art (2005), Virginia Quarterly Review (“Art Born of the Need to Tell” by Laurel Reuter, 2007), Esquire (“The Ticking is the Bomb: A Memoir of Torture” by Nick Flynn, 2008), and has been reviewed by The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Art in America, The Philadelphia Inquirer, artblog, The Hartford Courant, France Ouest, and The Sydney Morning Herald.
As a teacher, Heyman has given workshops and lectured at the Rhode Island School of Design, Tyler School of Art, Fashion Institute of Technology, Centre international d' art contemporain (Pont-Aven, France), and Philadelphia University. Currently, Heyman teaches at Rhode Island School of Design, Princeton University, and Swarthmore College. He is an officer of the Philagrafika Board of Directors.
Heyman earned an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and is a cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College.
Special thanks to the department of art and art history for its support of the artist's lecture and campus visit.
- Skateistan: Four Wheels and a Board in Kabul, preview and related videos with remarks by Maryam Laly '15, in Griffiths 123 -- preview and talk rescheduled, new day and time to be announced
- Gallery discussion with the artists, Thursday, March 22, at 7:00 p.m., followed by reception and live music by students from the Arts Annex
- Lecture by Alex Schreiber and Mindy Pitre, Monday, April 9, at 7:00 p.m., in Griffiths 123
- A&AH honorary society induction ceremony, 6:00 p.m.; reception with live music by students from the Arts Annex, 6:15 p.m.
- January 30
- February 13
Theme: Poets of the North Country
- Wednesday, February 29 in Carnegie 10
Theme: Foreign Language Week
- March 26
- April 9
Theme: National Poetry Month
Please come to read a poem you've written, a poem by a favorite poet, or just to listen to poems on a different theme. And bring your friends! You are welcome to read poems in languages other than English, but you should provide an English translation as well. Because we believe the empathetic community created by sharing ANY kind of poetry can lead to peace and social justice, we welcome all poems, not just those that touch directly on those themes. Poetry for Peace readings are eligible for the First Year Cup.
SLU A&AH student exhibition
Poetry for Peace
Readings are on Mondays at 4:30 p.m., in the gallery, with the exception of Wednesday, February 29, which will be held in Carnegie 10