Students in the Art History Methods class under the direction of Dr. Tenley Bick will present their research in a Capstone Symposium on Thursday, December 2nd in room G41 WJB.
Dr. Bick writes, “The Art History Methods Capstone Symposium will showcase research and original scholarship produced by advanced undergraduate art history students over the course of the semester. In this culmination of our seminar on art history’s methods and theory, students will share their independent research, demonstrating their innovative use of different methods of art history and new contributions to the field.”
All are welcome! Please join us in support of these emerging scholars.
Callia Blake, on contemporary Black queer photography
Sophie Middleton, on performance art and the role of the audience
Moses Villanueva (DIS project), on AfriCOBRA and Afrofuturism
Michelle Norris, on polytheism in 10th-century Norse crosses
Dale Barnes, on queer horror in contemporary U.S.-American art
Kylie Stracuzzi, on Al Loving, in relation to late modernist abstraction and histories of African American quilt-making
Janet Diaz, on Wendy Red Star and museum practices around contemporary Native American art