Missouri Western State University & the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art Second Annual Undergraduate Art History Symposium

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Symposium Date – April 14, 2018

Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Randall Griffey – Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City) will present at 5:00 pm.
“Rousing Emotion:  Thoughts on Public Sculpture, Its Production, Function, and Reception”
There is no charge to attend the lecture.

THE SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY IS BELOW:

Registration:  9:30 am – 10:00 am

Morning Session:  10:00 am – 1;00 pm
Moderator:  Stephanie Palmer, MWSU student
Welcome and Introductions

Poetry and Art
Dr. Marianne Kunkel’s Missouri Western State University Poetry Students
Caitlin Dillon, Darius Griffin, Mariam Hess, Arniecea Johnson, Lora Kroush

Claire Lyman, Lewis & Clark Collage
“Performing Gender:  Maintenance and Destruction as Acts of Subversion”

Hannah Leavitt, Brigham Young University
“Kazmir Malevich’s Peasant between a Cross and a Sword:  A Return to Ukranian Nationalism”

Alexis Carr, Missouri Western State University
“A Sign by Any Other Name:  A Reading of Todos Caeran in the Language of Goya”

Jessica Dewey, University of Tulsa
“In on the Joke:  Court Culture and the Sacro Bosco at Bomarzo”

Sara Neel, University of Kansas
The Assembly of the Tejaprabha:  Removal, Reconstruction, and Religious Reduction”

Lunch Break:  1:00-2:00 pm

Afternoon Session:  2:00-4:30 pm
Moderator:  Madison McKinley, MWSU Student

Jianing Zhao, Princeton University
From Walking with Our Sisters to the Colonial Catwalk:  The Transformations of Native American Flower Beadwork”

Anna Zell, University of Kansas
“Evidence of the Human Condition in Works by Geaorge Segal and Magdalena Abakanowicz”

Claralyn Burt, Brigham Young University
“Willing Submission:  The Birdcage as a Signifier in Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s Effects of Good Government”

Allie Donnell, University of Missouri-Kansas City
“The Decolonial Aesthetics of the Latinx Other”

Erin Livingston, SUNY Binghamton University
“Baroque Roman Carriage Culture:  The Claim of Public Space as a Means of Spectacle”

Break:  4:30-5:00 pm

The Keynote Speech is at 5:00 pm in the AKMA Auditorium

If you are not presenting, but would like to enjoy lunch with the group, please sign up online below.  Lunch is $15