Senior Art History Symposium, May 21

The Department of Art and Art History invites all members of the campus community to the 2014 Senior Art History Symposium, on Wednesday, May 21 at 4:15 p.m. in the Round Room, Ford Center for the Fine Arts. Below are this year’s speakers and thesis lecture topics:

– Stacy LeBlanc, “Metamorphoses in Bernini’s Apollo and Daphne: An Address to Artistic Standards and Boundaries”

– Jacqueline Novak, “British Youth Culture, Social Change and Early Pop Art in England”

– Colin Coutts, “Revealing the Machine: Lutz Dammbeck’s Filmic Work in the GDR”

– Gabriel Moreno, “Transparent Experience: Analysis of Robert Irwin’s Work and Theoretical Writings in an Expanding Field”

Come support the work our Art History seniors, hear stimulating talks and enjoy refreshments at a reception following the symposium.