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The Center for Latin American Visual Studies, CLAVIS: Modern + Contemporary Art, is a key point at The University of Texas at Austin for advancing the understanding of modern and contemporary art in the Americas. As a conversational space for the creation of knowledge, its aim is to build bridges that allow for a horizontal exchange of ideas, resources, and methods with other institutes in Latin America, the United States, Europe and other parts of the world. With resources that make it unique in the international context, the Center brings together the excellence of scholars from diverse disciplines, museum and library professionals, associated faculty, and comprehensive collections, in order to articulate a complex contemporary vision of Latino / American art and its evolving modernity.Goals for this new initiative include:

  • To advance knowledge and understanding of modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art through the Forums, Permanent Seminar, Lectures, and Exhibitions.
  • To serve as a network for art historians, artists, curators, students, institutions, and archives in the field of Latin American and Latino art.
  • To establish dynamic and lasting partnerships with other Latin American art institutions.
  • To create an active exchange program between The University of Texas at Austin and other international venues for artists, scholars, and professionals.
  • To maximize the use of Latin American art resources at the University of Texas Libraries, the Blanton Museum of Art, and the Department of Art and Art History.
Announcements2014 Lecture

Dr. Edward Sullivan

“Landscapes of Desire: The Land as Resource in the Caribbean (1770-1900)”
ART 1.120
W Sept. 17 at 5:30 pm
Free and Open to the Public
Event co-sponsored by University of Texas at Austin Department of Art and Art History

2014 Permanent Seminar in Latin American Art

Dr. Edward Sullivan

“From San Juan to Paris and Back: Francisco Oller and Caribbean Art in the Era of Impressionism”
CLAVIS 3.434
Th Sept.18 at 7pm
This session is full

 

More info: http://sites.utexas.edu/psla/