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16
Apr

The Renewal of Gothic Imagination

Like millions of people across the world yesterday, we at UC Press were shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the fire that ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. A UNESCO World Heritage …

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12
Apr

Art and Law Events with Joan Kee

Art historian and professor Joan Kee will be appearing at two events in Southern California later this month around the recent publication of her book, Models of Integrity: Art and Law in …

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05
Apr

Experiencing Slow Art

Tomorrow is Slow Art Day. We encourage participation, but even if it’s not this weekend, the next time you’re in a museum set yourself the challenge of looking slowly—spend 5 to 10 …

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28
Mar

Naming Women Artists

Throughout March, UC Press has shared a broad range of Women’s History Month posts—highlighting our rich record of publishing stories of women from throughout history, between disciplines, and across borders. We’re closing …

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22
Mar

#5WomenArtists: Cara Romero

Since 2016, the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) has been asking the seemingly simple question on social media during Women’s History Month: Can you name 5 women artists? Most people …

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15
Mar

Women in Radical Action

March is Women’s History Month, and we here at UC Press are proud to share our rich record of publishing stories of women from throughout history, between disciplines, and across borders. Please …

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09
Mar

A David Smith Reading List

“Art has its tradition, but it is a visual heritage. The artist’s language is the memory from sight. Art is made from dreams, and visions, and things not known, and least of …

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