CEAH hosts Dr. Tracy Miller, associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Vanderbilt University for the 2019 Benson Lecture

  Professor shares research on intersection of medieval architecture, religion and design By Jared Coady, jared.coady@iowastatedaily.com Tracy Miller, associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Vanderbilt University, spoke Tuesday in the Sun Room in the Memorial Union. Titled “Rethinking Creativity: Generative Design in the Architecture of Medieval Chinese Buddhism,” the lecture provided … Continue reading CEAH hosts Dr. Tracy Miller, associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Vanderbilt University for the 2019 Benson Lecture

April 23, 2019, 8:00pm | Sun Room, Memorial Union

Caroline Bruzelius Lecture: Apps, Maps, and Models –The Digital Revolution and History

Caroline Bruzelius, founder of the Wired! Lab at Duke University, will discuss how digital technologies are opening up the humanities to broader engagement with the public and revolutionizing the way scholars teach and do research. Bruzelius has been working with digital visualization technologies for art and architecture for more than ten years and will share … Continue reading Caroline Bruzelius Lecture: Apps, Maps, and Models –The Digital Revolution and History

March 27, 2017, 7:00pm | Sun Room, Memorial Union

Dick Termes Lecture: Spherical Paintings and the Art of Optical Illusion”

Dick Termes Artist Dick Termes will discuss his unique spherical paintings known as Termespheres. These suspended, rotating globes capture an inside-out view of an entire three-dimensional landscape. Termes, who acknowledges the influence of M.C. Escher and Buckminster Fuller in his work, speaks about the interconnection between math, science and art. He developed what he calls … Continue reading Dick Termes Lecture: Spherical Paintings and the Art of Optical Illusion”

February 12, 2016, 7:00pm | Kocimski Auditorium, College of Design

Max Page Lecture: “The Arc of Memory: Building a Progressive Historic Preservation Movement”

Max Page Max Page, Professor of Architecture and History, and Director of Historic Preservation Initiatives at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, will discuss how the historic preservation movement contributes to building more sustainable, meaningful, and fair communities. His talk looks ahead to the fiftieth anniversary of the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act, which established the … Continue reading Max Page Lecture: “The Arc of Memory: Building a Progressive Historic Preservation Movement”

March 30, 2015, 7:00pm | Sun Room, Memorial Union