VMPEA: Paola Iovene

Landscape of Words: Stone Inscriptions in Romance on Mt. Lushan (1980)

Professor Paola Iovene, Associate Professor in Chinese Literature, Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations

VMPEA: Xi Zhang

Riverscape Wrapped Around Porcelain: A Historical Study of 18th-Century Chinese Export Porcelains in the AIC Collection

Xi Zhang, Ph.D. Candidate, Art History

The Role of Public Art, Tour & Symposium

Meet at 30 W Monroe Street at 11:30am for a public walking tour with Marin Sullivan. Symposium begins at 2:00pm at the Neubauer Collegium (5701 S Woodlawn Avenue); speakers at this symposium include Lisa Corrin (Ellen Philips Katz Director of the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University), Richard Neer (William B.

Photography Workshop with Genevra Kornbluth

On 30-31 May, art historian and art photographer Dr. Genevra Kornbluth will host a two-day photography workshop in collaboration with the Department of Art History, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Smart Museum. Taking good pictures of objects often poses a challenge, especially so in museums and galleries: who does not frequently struggle with the reflective glass of vitrines, high-powered spot lights, or the physical properties (surface, size, shape) of the artifacts themselves?

RAVE: Andrei Pop

Andrei Pop, Associate Professor, Department of Art History

"The Doubling Problem: or, How Photography Upended Perspective in Painting"

RAVE: Seth Estrin

Seth Estrin, Assistant Professor, Department of Art History

"Songs to Match Stones: Sirens on the Edge of the Classical Attic Funerary Monument"

RAVE: CAA Practice Panel

14 February: Special Event - College Art Association Practice Panel

RAVE: Zhenru Zhou

Zhenru Zhou, PhD student, Department of Art History

“The Built Environment at the Mogao Grottoes in Tenth-Century Dunhuang, China"

RAVE: Kris Driggers

Kris Driggers, PhD candidate, Department of Art History

"The Codex Durán: Paste-Over Paintings: Rethinking Image as Evidence"

RAVE: Tania Islas Weinstein

Tania Islas Weinstein, PhD candidate, Department of Political Science

“Ni Sumisos, ni Activistas: The New Politics of Artistic Production in Contemporary Mexico”