Friday, March 24, 2017
East Building, SECU Auditorium
While Giovanni Bellini was spawning a pictorial revolution in Venice about 1500, other craftsmen and entrepreneurs were adopting and perfecting new technologies and formats for printing texts and images. Exhibition co-curator Lyle Humphrey shows how Venice became a center for innovation in Europe, and a conduit for the circulation of the ideas and imagery from classical antiquity that helped foster the Venetian Renaissance.
Registration required by 4 pm on the Tuesday before the event.