In harmony with other venues on the UC Davis campus and across
the state of California, The Arts departments are committed to
providing as safe an experience as possible to our greater
community—and will do so until state or county guidelines are
There are three ways for you to attend, regardless of whether or
not the event is ticketed.
Students majoring in Art History will engage with the
wide-ranging opportunities its curriculum presents for learning
and research. Studying Art History develops visual
literacy, communication skills, critical/creative thinking and an
understanding of diversity.
Sculpture Collections in Europe and the United States
1500-1930: Variety and Ambiguity includes a chapter
contribution — “Porcelain as Sculpture: Medium, Materiality, and
the Categories of Eighteenth-Century Collecting” — by Professor