The Afterlife of Raphael's Art, from His Century to Ours
Marking the 500th anniversary of his death, this symposium will consider the afterlife of Raphael’s achievement—in the words of the title of Robert Williams’ last book, the redefinition of art in Renaissance Italy. By bridging historical scholarship and contemporary practice, the symposium will mirror the artist’s achievement itself, which combined the study of antiquity with its revivification in modern art.
Co-sponsored by the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, The Rome Global Gateway, and the American Academy in Rome with support from the Notre Dame Nanovic Institute.
3-6 pm, Rome | 9 am-12 pm, EST
15:00 Prof. Heather Hyde Minor, Academic Director, University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway
15:15 Raphael and the sixteenth century, Prof. Ingrid Rowland, University of Notre Dame (live streamed from campus)
15:35 Raphael: the Artist as Model, D. Jeffrey Mims, Academy of Classical Design (live streamed from campus)
16:25 Raphael in France, from the Louis XIV to the Revolution, Prof. Olivier Bonfait, Université de Bourgogne
16:45 Raphael And The Battle For A System Of The Arts In 18th-Century Britain, Prof. Adriano Aymonino, University of Buckingham
17:05 The Future of Raphael, Prof. David Mayernik, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture
17:45 Concluding Remarks, John Ochsendorf, Director of the American Academy in Rome, Professor MIT
Walsh Aula of University of Notre Dame, via Ostilia, Rome
Campus location to be determined
The symposium will be filmed, and made available online; speakers will be interviewed as well on film.