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FSU Students at SECAC 2017 Conference This Week

Published October 25, 2017

SECAC2017Four current Art History FSU doctoral candidates will participate in the 73rd annual meeting of the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) in Columbus, Ohio October 25–28, 2017. SECAC is a non-profit organization that promotes the study and practice of the visual arts in higher education on a national basis.

Thursday, October 26

Amy Bowman-McElhone will chair the session Centering the Periphery: Decolonial Perspectives in Contemporary Art.

Rachel Fesperman will present “La France Décollagé: Decolonization, Nouveau Réalisme, and the Politics of Chance” in the same session.

Friday, October 27

Lesley Wolff will chair the session Rural/Urban Ecologies in Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art.  She will also present a paper on Friday, “The Visual Politics of Watermelon: Modernization and Marginalization in Rufino Tamayo’s Naturaleza muerta” in the session Representing the Other.

Bryan Schaeffer will present “Rilaj Mam: The Ecology of a Sacred Maya Image” in Wolff’s session Rural/Urban Ecologies in Modern and Contemporary Latin.

Amy Bowman-McElhone will present “Filling the Museal Void: Curatorial Practice and Conceptions of the Contemporary in Lima, Peru” (co-authored with Gabriela Germaná), also in the session chaired by Wolff.

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