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6th Annual Student Art History Symposium

Last occurred: Saturday, April 14 at 10:00 am

Henry Bannarn, United States, 1910–1965, Cleota Collins, 1932, (detail) Plaster, pigment, Gift of funds from the Decorative Arts, Textiles, and Sculpture Affinity Group, 2011.64, Copyright of the artist, artist's estate, or assignees

Henry Bannarn, United States, 1910–1965, Cleota Collins, 1932, (detail) Plaster, pigment, Gift of funds from the Decorative Arts, Textiles, and Sculpture Affinity Group, 2011.64, Copyright of the artist, artist's estate, or assignees

This half-day event highlights academic contributions made to the history and interpretation of art by emerging art historians from area colleges and universities. A reception will follow.

Presentations include:

Augsburg University, John Herbert, “Agnes Martin: Feminine Impacts on the Masculine Grid”

Concordia College, Moorhead, Mallory Nermoe, “The Revolutionary Ideals of Jacques-Louis David”

Macalester College, Dylan Jekels, “An Embodiment of Possibilities: Nihonga and Gendered Performance through The Game of Go

Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Zoe Cinel, “Abstract of Mapping and Deconstruction in Martha Rosler’s Boise, Idaho” and L. Chapman “A Feminist Position on Anne-Louis Girodet’s Portrait of Mademoiselle Lange as Danae

Minnesota State University, Mankato, Mairin Bierer, “Cleota Collins, Henry Bannarn”

St. Olaf College, Keyu Yan, “Close Looking: Ma Shouzhen’s Orchid and Bamboo

University of St. Thomas, Kira Lapinsky, “Mongol Masterpieces: How the Compendium of Chronicles and the Great Mongol Shahnama Legitimized Mongol Rule” and Madie Ley, “Collaborative Curation in Native American Art”

Free, tickets required. To register, call 612.870.6323 or reserve online.

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