FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2020
ZOOM WEBINAR, 2:00-5:00 PM
Refracting Histories of Art and Community recognizes the scholarly achievements of advanced undergraduate students of Art History and Visual Culture in the Department of Art, Art History and Design at Michigan State University.
The 2020 Symposium features five independent research projects that investigate interactions between artistic production and society, and address issues related to immigration, civil rights and Black cultural expression, accessibility and Native heritage, and feminism.
REGISTER HERE FOR THE SYMPOSIUM:
Dr. Lily Woodruff
Department of Art, Art History and Design2:05-2:30pm
Useful and Temporary Art: Redefining Art’s Role in a Commodified World2:30-2:55pm
AfriCOBRA: Wadsworth Jarrell and the Focus on Community
Teaching Accessibility in the Digital Humanities using Pueblo Bonito
Simple, Sightly, Statuesque: Women in the Art of Cassatt and Degas
From Unwanted Dick Pics to Depriving Refrigerators4:20-4:30pm
Comments by Dr. Kristin Romberg
Questions from the audience and open discussion