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Gardner Lecture in the Humanities

The David P. Gardner Lectures in the Humanities and Fine Arts is administered by the Tanner Humanities Center in collaboration with the College of Humanities, the College of Fine Arts, and the Graduate School.

The Gardner Lecture was founded in the University of Utah Graduate School in honor of former President David Pierpont Gardner. The Gardner Lecture features distinguished scholars and artists from the humanities and the fine arts in alternating years.

Lectures are free and open to the public. The lectureship is funded by the Tanner Lectures on Human Values.

Upcoming Gardner Lectures in the Humanities

November 14, 2023 
Gardner Lecture in the Humanities with LaToya Ruby Frazier 

LaToya Ruby Frazier's artistic practice spans a range of media, including photography, video, performance, installation, art and books, and centers on the nexus of social justice, cultural change, and commentary on the American experience.

Location & Time: Utah Museum of Fine Arts | 7 PM



Ticket's will be available starting October 24. 


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Last Updated: 8/21/23