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Miami Art Show, June 1, 1974

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Dahlia Morgan with Charles Perry. In the late 1970s, FIU had an enrollment of less than 5,000 and two buildings made up the entire campus. Adjunct professor, at the time, Dahlia Morgan was asked to take over the art museum, which was then called the Visual Arts Gallery. During her long career with Florida International University, Dahlia Morgan transformed a modest student gallery on the Miami campus into an internationally celebrated art museum. In 1980, after teaching for five years in the visual arts department she accepted the directorship of the university’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum (formerly the Art Museum at FIU). As director and curator, Morgan instituted a lecture series, increased the frequency of exhibitions and developed numerous other programs including a student internship program. The Steven and Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture Series was started by Morgan in 1981 and has now organized, hosted and presented over 100 lectures by internationally renowned artists, critics and scholars who include Pierre Rosenberg, former Director of the Louvre; Hilton Kramer, Art Critic; Helen Frankenthaler, American artist; and Michael Graves, architect and designer. In 1985 Morgan started the exhibition series “American Art Today...

Miami Art Show, June 1, 1974

Florida International University
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In the late 1970s, FIU had an enrollment of less than 5,000 and two buildings made up the entire campus. Adjunct professor, at the time, Dahlia Morgan was asked to take over the art museum, which was then called the Visual Arts Gallery. During her long career with Florida International University, Dahlia Morgan transformed a modest student gallery on the Miami campus into an internationally celebrated art museum. In 1980, after teaching for five years in the visual arts department she accepted the directorship of the university’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum (formerly the Art Museum at FIU). As director and curator, Morgan instituted a lecture series, increased the frequency of exhibitions and developed numerous other programs including a student internship program. The Steven and Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture Series was started by Morgan in 1981 and has now organized, hosted and presented over 100 lectures by internationally renowned artists, critics and scholars who include Pierre Rosenberg, former Director of the Louvre; Hilton Kramer, Art Critic; Helen Frankenthaler, American artist; and Michael Graves, architect and designer. In 1985 Morgan started the exhibition series “American Art Today,” which featured an annual examination of a specific subject or concept in American Art. Morgan curated and organized over 200 exhibitions during her directorship. Under Morgan...

Miami Art Show, June 1, 1974

Florida International University
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In the late 1970s, FIU had an enrollment of less than 5,000 and two buildings made up the entire campus. Adjunct professor, at the time, Dahlia Morgan was asked to take over the art museum, which was then called the Visual Arts Gallery. During her long career with Florida International University, Dahlia Morgan transformed a modest student gallery on the Miami campus into an internationally celebrated art museum. In 1980, after teaching for five years in the visual arts department she accepted the directorship of the university’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum (formerly the Art Museum at FIU). As director and curator, Morgan instituted a lecture series, increased the frequency of exhibitions and developed numerous other programs including a student internship program. The Steven and Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture Series was started by Morgan in 1981 and has now organized, hosted and presented over 100 lectures by internationally renowned artists, critics and scholars who include Pierre Rosenberg, former Director of the Louvre; Hilton Kramer, Art Critic; Helen Frankenthaler, American artist; and Michael Graves, architect and designer. In 1985 Morgan started the exhibition series “American Art Today,” which featured an annual examination of a specific subject or concept in American Art. Morgan curated and organized over 200 exhibitions during her directorship. Under Morgan...

Lecture by Arlo Guthrie, given at Florida International University, February 16, 2001

Guthrie, Arlo
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Arlo Guthrie performs and talks about his life growing up among some of the great folk artists in our history and shares his own stories from his many performances across the country. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Glenn Lowry, given at Florida International University, March 13, 1998

Lowry, Glenn
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Glenn Lowry talks about the state of affairs at the MoMA as well as some of the issues the museum faces. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Keith F. Davis, given at Florida International University, January 8, 1999

Davis, Keith F.
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Keith F. Davis discusses his book "An American Century of Photography: From Dry-Plate to Digital". Introduction by Dahlia Morgan. Dr. Mark Rosenberg speaks.

Lecture by Robert Farris Thompson, given at Florida International University, February 26, 1999

Thompson, Robert Farris
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Robert Farris Thompson talks about Congo art and culture and its impact on American popular culture. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Art Spiegelman, given at Florida International University, October 23, 1998

Spiegelman, Art
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Art Spiegelman discusses the history of comics the importance of comics as an art medium. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Thomas Hoving, given at Florida International University, September 19, 1997

Hoving, Thomas
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Thomas Hoving discusses his book "Greatest works of art of Western civilization", his inspiration for the book and some of the art pieces in the book. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Kirk Varnedoe, given at Florida International University, February 14, 1992

Varnedoe, Kirk
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Kirk Varnedoe talks about the legacy of Jackson Pollock. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Sam Hunter, given at Florida International University, October 24, 1997

Hunter, Sam
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Sam Hunter explores the theme of the romantic sublime in the late 19th and early 20th century. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Albelardo Morell, given at Florida International University, January 16, 2004

Morell, Albelardo
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Albelardo Morell shares some of his photographs, including some of his earliest works, and talks about his growth as an artist over the years. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Dave Hickey, given at Florida International University, March 7, 2003

Hickey, Dave
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Dave Hickey talks about his life, the development of the graduate program at the University of Nevada Las Vegas and his experiences teaching. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Francoise Gilot, given at Florida International University, September 18, 1998

Gilot, Francoise
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Francoise Gilot shares the artists and movements that influenced her most. She also discusses her own career and work from 1939 to the present. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan. This the keynote lecture of the 18th season of the Green Critics Lecture Series.

Lecture by Neal Benezra, given at Florida International University, December 6, 2002

Benezra, Neal
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Neal Benezra discusses the works of sculptor Juan Munoz. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Terry Gross, given at Florida International University, February 27, 2004

Gross, Terry
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Introduction by Dahlia Morgan. Terry Gross talks about her interview style and shares stories from her past interviews.

Lecture by Cheech Marin, given at Florida International University, 2004

Marin, Cheech
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Cheech talks about Chicano art, his own art education and what led him to build his collection. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Mark Klett, given at Florida International University, January 14, 2005

Klett, Mark
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Mark Klett focuses his talk about how photography and time interface and how this is illustrated through his photos. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Philippe de Montebello, given at Florida International University, March 11, 2005

de Montebello, Phillip
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Phillipe de Montebello discusses the importance of art and art museums. Introduction by Stacy de la Grana. Remarks by former University President Modesto Maidique. Introduction of Phillipe de Montebello by former Frost Museum Director Dahlia Morgan.

Lecture by Arnold Lehman, given at Florida International University, October 13, 2000

Lehman, Arnold
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Arnold Lehman discusses how the Brooklyn Museum influenced him and others though annecdotal stories and shares the new mission and the new direction for cultivating increased interest and visitation to the museum by exploring the museum's history. He also discusses the exhibit Sensation, a collection of contemporary art owned by Charles Saatchi, which generated controversy in New York when it was first exhibited at the museum in 1997. FIU President Modesto Maidique introduces Dahlia Morgan. Introduction by Dahlia Morgan.