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David Gariff, senior lecturer at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., will kick off Flagler College’s “Ideas and Images” series on Sept. 24-25 .
As the senior lecturer at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., David Gariff knows a thing or two about painters. Gariff will be discussing a pair of them, Botticelli and Klimt, when he kicks off Flagler College’s “Ideas and Images” series on Sept. 24-25.
“I’m looking forward to my visit to Flagler College and to meeting with the students, faculty and staff,” said Gariff, who also teaches art history as an adjunct professor at The Catholic University of America. “My hope is that through my long experiences as both a university professor and museum educator, I can contribute something meaningful to the ‘Ideas and Images’ program.”
Gariff will be speaking on lecture topics that he says reflect two periods of Western art history in which he is particularly interested: the Italian Renaissance and late 19th-century European art.
Read more about this event on Flagler.edu.