2018 Art History Graduate Colloquium
SAVE THE DATE!
All art history students, family and friends are invited to the 2018 Art History Graduate Colloquium on Saturday, June 2 from 1-3 pm. Following the Colloquium will be the Undergraduate Award Ceremony. All events will be held at the Manetti Shrem Museum.
1:00-1:10 Welcome Professor Talinn Grigor, Chair of Art History
1:10-1:30 “Writing Originality: Wang Duo’s Expression of Self in Poems for Yugu“ Zheng Zhang
1:30-1:50 “Embracing In-Betweenness: The Making of a New Stage in Recent Chicana Art” Lydia Rogers
2:00-2:20 “Transcribing Likeness: A Study of Emerging Visual Vocabularies from Ottoman Early Modernity” Iman Seale
2:20-2:40 “The Known Unknown: Mapping Ignorance in the Age of Discovery” Mariah Briel
3:00-3:30 Art History Undergraduate Award Ceremony
3:30-4:00 Public Reception
The Art History Colloquium is part of the 2018 Arts & Humanities Graduate Exhibition which includes the works of graduating students in several departments, including the Art Studio MFAs as well as the Art History MAs. The exhibition runs from May 30 to June 17 at the Manetti Shrem Museum. Read more about the complete program here.