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Lectures sponsored by the Association of Graduate Art Students
Immediately after the Revolution, American ships embarked for China, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and other destinations.
The sculpted bodies that confront visitors to Gothic cathedrals – on portals, screens, and interior walls – represent a wide swath of characters.
Rembrandt's representations of women have long inspired strong reactions in viewers, from empathy for his loving sketches of his wife Saskia to disgust at his lifelike depictions of the nude. Meanwhile, his own relationships with women form a complicated chapter of his biography.
The Association of Graduate Art Students, in conjunction with Arts Career Entrepreneurship Space, welcomes Dr. Kathryn Floyd for a talk on professional development in the field of art history. Dr.
The Interdisciplinary Modernisms Workshop (ModSquad), in conjunction with the Association of Graduate Art Students will host Dr. Kathryn Floyd for a workshop on her essay "Exhibited in Photographs: Objects, Displays, and the Installation Shots that Define Them." Dr.
Michael Perekrestov is the Executive Director of the Russian History Foundation. His research interests are in the history of late Imperial Russia and the Russian diaspora.
The Association of Graduate Art Students presents Dr. Tanja Jones. Dr. Jones is an assistant professor of art history at The University of Alabama specializing in Renaissance and Baroque.
The Association of Graduate Art Students presents Dr. Philip Auslander. Dr. Auslander is a professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech. His lecture will discuss the role of museums in promulgating celebrity.
The Association of Graduate Art Students presents Dr. Martha Lucy. Dr. Lucy is the Deputy Director of Research, Interpretation and Education at the Barnes Foundation.
Dr. Kim is an Assistant Professor in the History Department at the University of Pennsylvania, teaching Southern Renaissance art.