Art History Symposium, Dec. 1-5

WILMORE, KY— Asbury College hosts the Annual Student Art History Symposium, Dec. 1-5. The events are free and open to all.

Monday, Dec. 1
Sarah Jane Gray ’04, M.F.A., Campus Gallery Director
“Master and Disciple,” prints from the Asbury College permanent collection
2:15-2:45 p.m.
Reasoner 214

Tuesday, Dec. 2
Josh Zeltman ’10: (c) “Murakami”?
Laura Woods ’09: “Surrealism: The Paranoiac-Critical Method of Salvador Dali”
2:15-3 p.m.
Reasoner 214

Tuesday, Dec. 2
Wes Swan ’10: “Anselm Kiefer's Works On Memory. Recovering German Self-Identity Post-WW II”
3:45-4:15 p.m.
Reasoner 214

Wednesday Dec. 3
Hallie Kuruck ’10: “Andrew Wyeth”
Hannah Vallance ’11: “Barlach the Silent Protester”
12-12:45 p.m.
McCreless 203
A selection of art by Andy Warhol, which will be discussed by Amanda Louys on Wednesday.

Wednesday, Dec. 3
Jenae Legg ’09: “Barnett Newman’s Stations of the Cross”
Christy Aylor ’09: “A Symbol of Suffering. Marc Chagall and the Crucifixion”
Amanda Louys ’10: “A Contradiction of Faith. Glimpses into Andy Warhol’s Spirituality”
Daniel Amstutz ’09: “Designing for the Future. A Brief Look into the Philosophies behind and the Aesthetics of Sustainable Design”
4:30 p.m., Christmas Tea
Kinlaw Library Board Room

Friday, Dec. 5 
Christy Hall ’10: “The Ashcan School and its Effect on Progressive American Art”
Justin Bowsher ’09: “A Vocabulary of Detail. Photorealism’s Contributions to Contemporary Realism”
McCreless 203

Friday Dec. 5
Jay Kerr ’06: “David Smith, A Driven Sculptor”
Angie Yoder ’09: “Gerhard Richter: Contemporary German Painter”
2 p.m.
Reasoner 214

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