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.