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The Art History Department will sponsor its 3rd annual Senior Symposium, on Wednesday, April 27, 2011, from 6:00 to 8:30 P.M. in the Campus Center's Clark Lounge.  The Symposium will feature seven presentations by senior Art History majors, as well as food and refreshments, which you can enjoy throughout the evening.

The presentations are scheduled as follows:

 • 6:05pm Emma Venturini, “Art, Politics, and Memory: Impressionism in Post-Commune Paris” (Prof. Gary Wells; Honors Independent Study)
• 6:25pm Sarah Araldi, “Frank Lloyd Wright & Sustainable Architecture” (Prof. Nancy Brcak
• 6:45pm Christina Orlandini, “Practicing Art History: The Curatorial Experience” (Prof. Cheryl Kramer, Handwerker Gallery Internship)
• 7:05pm Walker Robinson, “American Organic: Taliesin & the Farnsworth House” (Prof. Nancy Brcak; Honors Independent Study)
• 7:25pm Ben Johnson, “A Brief History of Middlefield, New York, and the Joshua Pinney Tavern” (Prof. Nancy Brcak)
• 7:45pm Rebekah Shyloski, “Public Art and Engagement: The Work of Judy Baca” (Paul Wilson, Independent Study)
• 8:05pm Abigail Jamiel, “Framing Counterculture Protest Art of the 1960s” (Prof. Nancy Brcak; Honors Independent Study)

After the last presentation, we will award the Art History Prize.  So please join us for an interesting evening of talks and conversation.    

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Julia Yang, the Art History Department's administrative assistant, at 274-1331. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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