Thursday, April 21, 5:30-7:30 p.m. KEYNOTE To Never Forever Artist talk by installation artist Faye Mullen of the University of Toronto on her video based installation To Never Forever. Following Pictures: The Porous Divide between the Museum, the Archive, and the Academy
A UO art history professor is one of just 25 of 1,160 applicants to win a $35,000 fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). Assistant Professor Kate Mondloch plans to use the ACLS fellowship to devote full-time writing to her second book, tentatively entitled Eye Desire: New Media Art After Feminism, which will explore new ways of understanding screen-based digital technologies through the lens of feminist theory.
This summer, architecture students won’t be the only ones learning from the palazzos and piazzas of Rome. Art history students will be joining them in an expanded Rome Program for the first time.
The Art History Association and the UO Department of Art History will host the 2010 Spring Symposium entitled “Art and Ritual” on April 16 and 17 on the UO campus. Events will take place in the Ford Lecture Hall at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, 1430 Johnson Lane. This is the sixth year of the Art History Association’s annual student symposium.