ArtCurious News This Week: February 3, 2023
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by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
4d ago
Hi there, listeners. It’s Friday, which means that it is time for ArtCurious News this Week, our short-form news roundup meant to bring you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. I’m your host, Jennifer Dasal, and we’ve got some great stories for you today, Friday, February 3, 2023. This week’s stories: BBC: Mystery portrait likely to be Raphael masterpiece The Guardian: Archaeologist hails possibly oldest mummy yet found in Egypt The Daily Mail: Don't use the word 'MUMMY'... it's offensive to ancient Egyptians: Museums stop using age-old expression out of 're ..read more
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ArtCurious News This Week: January 27, 2023
ArtCurious Podcast
by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
1w ago
Hi there, listeners. It’s Friday, which means that it is time for ArtCurious News this Week, our short-form news roundup meant to bring you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. I’m your host, Jennifer Dasal, and we’ve got some great stories for you today, Friday, January 27th, 2023. This week’s stories: ArtNews: Heirs Sue Guggenheim to Recover Storied Picasso Painting, Citing ‘Wrongful Possession’ WESH Orlando: Orlando Museum of Art placed on probation by American Alliance of Museums The Guardian: Frederick McCubbin painting defaced with Woodside logo in pro ..read more
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Episode #107: Bits of "Breaking Barriers": Plautilla Nelli (Season 12, Episode 8)
ArtCurious Podcast
by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
2w ago
For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that if you like it, you can purchase the whole course. Today: Another day, another nun! But Plautilla Nelli’s story is an interesting one, involving a great lost-and-found twist, and the opportunity to discuss how some artists can be “forgotten” and then ..read more
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ArtCurious News This Week: January 20, 2023
ArtCurious Podcast
by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
2w ago
Hi there, listeners. It’s Friday, which means that it is time for ArtCurious News this Week, our short-form news roundup meant to bring you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. I’m your host, Jennifer Dasal, and we’ve got some great stories for you today, Friday, January 20th, 2023. This week’s stories: New York Times: After Lecturer Sues, Hamline University Walks Back Its ‘Islamophobic’ Comments Chicago Sun-Times: Ex-Art Institute payroll manager stole more than $2 million from museum: indictment New York Times: After 220 Years, the Fate of the Parthenon Ma ..read more
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ArtCurious News This Week: January 13, 2023
ArtCurious Podcast
by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
3w ago
Happy Friday, and Happy New Year, listeners! Welcome back to with our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this gets you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. Today is Friday, January 13, 2023. This week’s stories: New York Times: A Lecturer Showed a Painting of the Prophet Muhammad. She Lost Her Job. New York Times: Opinion + Letters: Fired by a College for Showing a Painting of Muhammad The Art Newspaper: New York's Frick Collection acquires its first-ever Renaissan ..read more
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Episode #105: Bits of "Breaking Barriers": Levina Teerlinc (Season 12, Episode 6)
ArtCurious Podcast
by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
1M ago
For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that if you like it, you can purchase the whole course. Today: Finding a signed, confirmed work by Levina Teerlinc isn’t an easy task, as we know of no surviving works with her signature. But we do know that Levina Teerlinc was almost single-handedly resp ..read more
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ArtCurious News This Week: December 16, 2022
ArtCurious Podcast
by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
1M ago
Happy Friday, listeners! It’s Jennifer, ArtCurious host, back at you this week with our short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this gets you up to date on some of the latest goings-on in the realm of art history. Today is Friday, December 16, 2022. This week’s stories: ArtNews: Hamas Says 63 Roman-Era Tombs Found in the Gaza Strip ArtNews: Roman Treasure Stolen from British Museum After Metal Detectorists Forfeited it by Law For Safekeeping New York Times: For U.S. Museums With Looted Art, the ..read more
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Curious Callback: Jennifer Higgie's "The Mirror and the Palette: Rebellion, Revolution, and Resilience: Five Hundred Years of Women's Self Portraits"
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by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
2M ago
Last year, I enjoyed a fantastic live conversation on Fireside with author and art critic Jennifer Higgie about her latest book, The Mirror and the Palette: Rebellion, Revolution, and Resilience: Five Hundred Years of Women's Self Portraits. I love this book and gobbled it up in a day— I meant it when I said that I really love this book!— and I adored talking all things women artists with Jennifer. It only feels right to revisit her book, and our conversation, in connection with our current season about women artists. I hope you enjoy this chat as much as I do. Buy The Mirror and the Palette h ..read more
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Episode #104: Bits of "Breaking Barriers": St. Catherine of Bologna (Season 12, Episode 5)
ArtCurious Podcast
by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
2M ago
For this season of ArtCurious, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m treating you to renditions of eight of my favorite segments from Breaking Barriers: Women Artists of Renaissance Europe, my online course found exclusively at avid.fm. Every other week through January, I’ll share selections from Breaking Barriers, and encourage you that if you like it, you can purchase the whole course. Today: Artist-nuns are not rare: just look at the example of the famed Hildegard von Bingen, long praised as one of the first-known female artists. Today, we’re uncovering the story--and the myth--be ..read more
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Author Interview: Paul Fisher's "The Grand Affair: John Singer Sargent in His World"
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by Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious
2M ago
Welcome to a bonus episode of ArtCurious featuring my interview with Paul Fisher about his latest book, The Grand Affair: John Singer Sargent in His World. An iconic American artist, John Singer Sargent was also a complicated and mysterious man. While presenting himself as a reserved, buttoned-up businessman, he scandalized viewers on both sides of the Atlantic with the frankness and sensuality of his work. He charmed the possessors of new money and old, while reserving his greatest sympathies for Bedouins, Spanish dancers, and the gondoliers of Venice. At the height of his renown in Britain a ..read more
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