Events Spotlight

Wed. Feb 22
Davis museum lobby

The Davis Museum is pleased to invite you to celebrate Black History Month at a public tour later this month. Assistant curator Amanda Gilvin will introduce artworks from Africa and the African Diaspora in the Davis Museum collections. In addition to the first African artwork purchased by

Tue. Feb 28
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Morelle Lasky Levine ’56 Works on Paper Gallery

Curators Meredith Fluke and Kimberly Cassibry discuss Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s Roman Vedute in the context of 18th-century travel and print culture, as well as within the prevalent approaches to antiquity found in the circles of philosophers, antiquarians, philologists, archaeologists, and

Thu. Mar 2
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Screenings in Collins Cinema

The Davis spring film series considers the “Grand Tour”—a rite of passage for  young aristocrats (men, and some women) coming of cultural age from the mid-17th through the mid-19th century. The Grand Tour itinerary linked passion for touristic adventure to the cultural legacies of classical