Vuković Presents at Yale University
PhD candidate Vuk Vuković presented "Global Signals: The Satellite Networks of Nam June Paik," at the Biennial Graduate Student Sohbat-Yaji-Gathering: On the Frontier of Asian Arts at Yale University
Villela Balderrama Presents on Pitt's 2024 Diversity Forum
Graduate student Marisol Villela Balderrama will co-facilitate the workshop "Beyond Language Access: Creating Multilingual Spaces Through Language Justice" during Pitt’s 2024 Diversity Forum
Giordano reports on screening of John Sayles's Lone Star (1996) in LA
For the Los Angeles Review of Book's series Short Takes, grad student Giordano reports on Sayles' Western
Vuković Publishes in JCS
Vuk Vuković recently published an article in the Journal of Curatorial Studies.
Amrita Vinod Presents at the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Conference
PhD student Amrita Vinod presented “Knowing Open, Overflowing and Plural Subjects through Kaḷiyāṭṭaṁ of Malabar coast, India” at 2023 conference of the SLSA (Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts).
Paula Kupfer Presents Paper at University of Texas at Austin
PhD Candidate Paula Kupfer presented "The Exotic Dominates, Which Is Regrettable’: Negotiating Foreignness in the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden” at the Center for Latin American Visual Studies at The University of Texas at Austin.
Hossein Nakhaei Presents at Association for Iranian Studies Symposium
Graduate student Hossein Nakhaei presented a paper this past weekend based on his recent colloquium at the Association for Iranian Studies symposium.
Marisol Villela Balderrama presents at UCLA Symposium
On Friday, October 27, 2023, Graduate student Marisol Villela Balderrama will present at the 58th Annual UCLA Art History Graduate Symposium, In/On/Across Bodies of Water at the Hammer Museum.
Vuković Presents at SECAC
PhD candidate Vuk Vuković presented his paper "Unraveling Highways of Inequity: Nam June Paik and Electronic Superhighway: Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii (1995)" as part of the "American Art" panel at SECAC Annual Conference in Richmond, VA.
Flatto Presents at the Congreso Internacional de Teoría e Historia de las Artes XX
PhD candidate Diana Flatto presents her paper "El antifascismo y feminismo rioplatense en la obra de Demetrio Urruchúa, Amalia Polleri y Carmen Garayalde: construyendo redes sub-regionales" on these artists' 1939 murals.