This upcoming February, at the annual College Art Association's conference 2018 in Los Angeles, California, the University of Michigan will be sending a number of representatives from among the students and faculty of the department to deliver presentations and moderate panels.
Wednesday, February 21st, 2018
- James Denison, “Coloring the Mind: Early 20th-Century Pulp Fiction Illustration, Fantastic Subject Matter, and the Photomechanical Revolution”
- Chun Wa Chan, “The World in One Grip: The Shōsōin Ivory Rulers and the Impulse of Measurement in Early Japan”
- Chanon Kenji Praepipatmongkol, "Marking Relations: Trace and Touch in Chang Saetang's Monochromes (1966-69)"
- Tina Le, "Stretched: Shifting Surfaces in Roberto Chabet's New Works"
Thursday, February 22nd, 2018
- Susan Dine, “Replication as a Spectrum of Praxis in Buddhist Visual Culture of Medieval Japan”
- Ashley Dimmig, "Into the Fold: Nineteenth C. Ottoman Fabric (and) Architecture"
- Martina Becker, "From Calligraphy to Handicraft: Art Education Reform in the Late Ottoman Empire"
- Alexandra Fraser, panel chair, "Intimate Geographies"
Saturday, February 24th, 2018
- Claire Zimmerman, "Architectural Representation and Production Cycles, in History"
- Ana Maria Leon, "Counter-Exhibit: Lina Bo Bardi and Ephemerality as Resistance from Brazil to Italy"
- Christina Olsen [University of Michigan Museum of Art], "Transparency and Representation in the Campus Museum"
For the full conference schedule, please click here.
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