Wu Hung @ IFA Lecture Series

When 3 Feb 2011 - 15 Feb 2011
Where Institute of Fine Art, NYU
1 East 78th Street
New York, NY 10075
United States

The 5th Annual Kirk Varnedoe Memorial Lectures

Wu Hung

Spring 2011 Varnedoe Visiting Professor

University of Chicago, Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor of Art History, East Asian Languages & Civilizations, and the College; Director, Center for the Art of East Asia; Consulting Curator, Smart Museum of Art.

PLEASE NOTE: REVISED schedule and reservation policy as of January 28, 2011:
Due to the weather-related cancellation of the first lecture, we have REVISED the schedule for the Fifth Kirk Varnedoe Memorial Lectures by Wu Hung. The revision has been made to preserve the chronological integrity of the series. The dates for the 1st and 2nd lecture in the series have changed; the date for the 3rd lecture (Feb. 15) has not changed. Please be sure to read the revised reservation policy, below.

The REVISED schedule is:

Reading Absence: Three Moments in Chinese Art History

Thursday, February 3rd, 6:00 pm
1644: Where Is the Broken Stele?

Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis in the Lecture Hall with overflow seating (with a/v feed) in the adjacent Seminar Room.

Monday, February 7th, 6:00 pm
1860: Photography Defines China

Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis in the Lecture Hall with overflow seating (with a/v feed) in the adjacent Seminar Room.

Tuesday, February 15th, 6:00 pm
1985: Absence as Contemporaneity

Reservation required. RSVP to ifa.events@nyu.edu with “Varnedoe” in subject line.
This lecture is filled to capacity.

REVISED reservation policy as of January 28, 2011: Reservations are now required only for the Feb. 15th lecture. For the Feb. 3rd and Feb. 7th lectures, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis in the Lecture Hall with overflow seating (with a/v feed) in the adjacent Seminar Room.

What if I made a reservation before Jan. 28? Reservations for the Feb. 15th lecture will be honored. Unfortunately reservations for the Jan. 27th and Feb. 3rd lectures cannot be honored. We apologize for any inconvenience this weather-related rescheduling might cause.
Thank you!

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