Paul M. Farber presents a lecture on Monument Lab.
“The History of Art and Culture-Critical Computational Knowledge”
Students will present an exhibition tour that brings out the presence of LGBT makers and themes.
Join artist Katie Ott to discuss her works in "This is Not Ideal."
Students will present an exhibition tour considering the politics and ethics of the representations of the nude figure.
Why collect now? If so, how, and in whose interests? Some issues facing modern and contemporary art museums.
Students will present an exhibition tour exploring fashion and beauty ideals as forms of self-expression, but also as tools of oppression.
Nicole F. Scalissi facilitates an open conversation to explore how we engage with images of sexualized violence.
Join the HAA graduate students who participated in "Dig Where You Stand" for a walkthrough of the exhibit.
Motivating Monuments is a two-day event dedicated to examining the agency of monuments as living sites of cultural memory and identity.