The University of Arizona Museum of Art
August 19-December 17, 2017
In recognition of the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation, the UAMA will exhibit nine Old Master prints from its graphic collection that highlight some of the issues encountered by visual artists working during the Reformation era. Through these works viewers will understand how art was used to shape public opinion about theological debates and their political and social ramifications. Prints by artists such as Pieter Bruegel, Rembrandt van Rijn, and Theodor de Bry illustrate some of the ways these messages were conveyed through biblical stories, portraits, and allegories.
This exhibition is co-curated by Dr. Pia Cuneo, Professor of Art History, and Olivia Miller, Curator of Exhibitions and Education in partnership with the University Libraries Special Collections and Division for Late Medieval & Reformation Studies.
Join Curator, Olivia Miller for a tour of the exhibition on Saturday, September 16 at 10:30am. Please RSVP at 626-9899 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Pia F. Cuneo, Professor, Art History, on Thursday, September 14, 6 – 8pm, at Special Collections for a lecture on “Art and the Reformation: Rupture, Regeneration, Reconciliation.”
For more information on events and programs related to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation visit http://reformation.arizona.edu
University of Arizona Museum of Art & Archive of Visual Arts
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Tucson, AZ 85721-0002