Chuck Close: Face Forward at Weisman Museum

Artist Chuck Close’s personal story is inspirational and his work influential. He is well-known for saying that art saved his life twice — as a child with dyslexia who took comfort in making art and as an adult after a spinal aneurysm left him paralyzed.

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My upcoming art history lecture on Balinese art

  Ellen C. Caldwell, adjunct professor of art history and Seaver web producer, earned a 2014 Department of Cultural Affairs grant to travel to Bali and complete an arts writing residency. There, she interviewed over 15 artists and has spent the rest of the year writing about their work, their processes, and her experiences. Please join us to […]