Art History Symposium: April 16-19

WILMORE, Ky. — Asbury University’s Art Department will showcase student research and insight this week during the Student Art History Symposium.

Presentations on subjects ranging from individual works of art to disciplines such as photography will take place Tuesday through Friday in conjunction with National Undergraduate Research Week. The symposium is open to the public and free of charge.

Student Art History Symposium
Tuesday, April 16

Amanda Beal: “Art and Dance: Life Choice”
9:25 a.m., Reasoner Hall, room 214

Wednesday, April 17
Mary Beth Cunningham: “An Explanation of Color: Rothko”
3 p.m., McCreless Fine Arts Building, room 203

Thursday, April 18
Allee Bolton: “Confidence in Color: The Triumph of Color Photography”
Ashley Rainwater: “Fashion Photography as Art Form”
8 a.m., Reasoner Hall, room 214

Brian Keeler: “’Degenerate Art’ and Nazi Germany”
Hannah Howard: “Portraiture and the Photo”
9:30 a.m., Reasoner Hall, room 214

Friday, April 19
Miriam McKeown: “James McNeill Whistler’s ‘Peacock Room’ at the Freer Gallery in Washington, D.C.”
3 p.m., McCreless Fine Arts Building, room 203

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