1. Cruzamentos: A Symposium on Contemporary Art and Film in Brazil

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    Held on March 27, this second day of Cruzamentos: A Symposium on Contemporary Art and Film in Brazil featured artists from the Cruzamentos exhibition and documentary film series, Brazilian and Wexner Center curators, and other notable scholars, including expert voices from Ohio State. Learn more: wexarts.org/viabrasil. Featuring artists Jonathas de Andrade, Rodrigo Braga, Cao Guimarães, Lucia Koch, and Vânia Mignone.

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    • World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) U.S. Midwest Meeting 2012

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      Speakers include: Dr. Gordon Gee, President, The Ohio State University; Jeff Erikson, Senior VP, SustainAbility; Peter Bakker, President, WBCSD; Cary Krosinsky, Senior VP, TruCost; Darren Cherry, VP & GM, Greif, Inc.; Benjamin Campbell, Assistant Professor of Management, Fisher College of Business; Steve Haynes, VP of Strategic Initiatives and Enterprise Risk Management, AEP; Jeffrey Wadsworth, CEO, Battelle

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      • T. J. Clark: Picasso's Two Great Nudes from 1932

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        The Wexner Center welcomes back eminent art historian T. J. Clark for this lecture, a highlight of our 25th Anniversary Season. In this lecture, Clark focuses on two large-scale nudes that lie at the center of Picasso’s production in 1932: Nu au plateau de sculpteur (Nude, green leaves, and bust) and Nu au fauteuil noir (Nude in a Black Armchair), the latter of which is featured in this fall’s exhibition, Transfigurations: Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection (on view through December 31). Learn more about Transfigurations at wexarts.org/transfigurations.

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        • Artists' Talk | Luiza Baldan and Gisele Camargo

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          Though they work in very different media, Luiza Baldan, a photographer, and Gisele Camargo, a painter, both explore the structures and geometries of urban environments, and in particular, their native Rio de Janeiro. Join us for a conversation between these two exciting young artists featured in Cruzamentos: Contemporary Art in Brazil. Learn more: wexarts.org/viabrasil.

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          • Landscaping the Visible | Cruzamentos: A Symposium on Contemporary Art and Film in Brazil

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            Denise Carvalho (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow for Via Brasil) in a public conversation with graduate students who have participated in her seminar on 21st Century Brazilian Art and Film. Learn more: wexarts.org/viabrasil.

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            • Lambert Family Lecture: Robert Storr and Carroll Dunham in Conversation

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              The Wexner Center's 2014 Lambert Family Lecture, held on November 3, featured celebrated contemporary artist Carroll Dunham and Robert Storr, guest curator of Transfigurations: Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection. Here, the pair discuss the legacy of the masters on view in the exhibition and the questions their works still pose for artists working today.

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              • GO Series "The Bad News In The Good News" UHBC Worship Service 8/26/12

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                GO Series "The Bad News In The Good News" UHBC Worship Service 8/26/12 Pastor: John Bugg University Heights Baptist Church Stillwater, OK facebook.com/uheightsbaptistchurch

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                • Helping Students Make Sense of Fair Use

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                  The second in a series of webinars focusing on open access, copyright, and fair use. Co-sponsored by ASERL, Boston Library Consortium (BLC), California Digital Library (CDL), CIC Center for Library Initiatives, Greater Western Library Alliance (GWLA), Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN), and Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC). The lead presenter is Sue Kunda, Digital Services Librarian at Oregon State University. Joni Blake, Executive Director of the Greater Weatern Library Alliance, convenes the session. Ms. Kunda reminds us about the four factors of fair use, and offers guidance on how to assist students in weighing the use of copyrighted materials in their work. ASERL webinars are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/deed.en_US

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                  • Artist's Talk with Gregg Bordowitz

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                    As part of the exhibition preview and celebration for Blues for Smoke, the Wex featured a reading by artist, writer, and Blues for Smoke catalogue contributor Gregg Bordowitz, followed by a conversation between Bordowitz and the exhibition’s curator, Bennett Simpson. Wexner Center Director Sherri Geldin provides a welcome and introduction, followed by Bordowitz's reading (beginning at 12:30) and Bordowitz's and Simpson's conversation (beginning at 49:00).

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                    • One Minute Sermon and The Four Word Gospel - Easter UHBC 3/31/13

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                      One Minute Sermon and The Four Word Gospel - Easter UHBC 3/31/13 Pastor John Bugg University Heights Baptist Church - Stillwater, OK Facebook.com/UHeightsBaptistChurch

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