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McMullen Events Calendar

All events and programs are free and open to the public.

Free drop-in docent led tours on Sundays at 2:00.
Private group tours may be arranged by calling the Museum at 617-552-8587.

For a calendar of all Boston College events, visit the Boston College Event Calendar .

February 17
McMullen Museum
7-9 PM

Opening celebration for Paris Night & Day: Photography between the Wars. Exhbition viewing and remarks by the Director. Music by BC bOp! Light refreshments. Open to the public.

March 17
Devlin Hall 101
5:00 p.m.
Lecture: "Inverting Paris: Photographic Innovation between the Wars"

Public lecture by Paris Night & Day curator, Asher Anderson.

April 14
Devlin Hall 101
4:30 PM
Lecture: "Legal Issues in Art Restitution: Historic looting, the Monuments men, and nazi looted art"
Leila Amineddoleh, J.D.

From Alexander the Great’s razing of Persepolis in ancient Persia to Napoleon’s large-scale pillaging across Europe to modern day art thefts, this lecture will address the complex issues—legal, ethical, political, and
otherwise—pertaining to art and cultural heritage during and after times of war. In particular, it will focus
on topics that have recently garnered great media attention: the Monuments Men, George Clooney’s film
based upon actual events related to a group of servicemen tasked with protecting art during the
Second World War and restituting works stolen by the Nazis, and the 2012 discovery of a treasure trove of
over 1400 looted artworks discovered in Germany, which was announced in November 2013. The lecture
will explore the legal battle for the return of the artworks currently being waged by the rightful owners
and the major obstacles they face.

April 23
Devlin Hall 101
5:00 PM
Lecture: "Materials & Techniques of Man Ray's Le Violon D'Ingres"
Paul Messier, Conservator of Photographs, Paul Messier LLC

Free and open to the public • Sponsored by the McMullen Museum of Art and T. K. McClintock in conjunction with the exhibition Paris Night & Day: Photography Between the Wars