Dr. Claudia Brown wil lpresent:: Paintings and Maps of the Qing Dynasty, 1644-1911: A Brief Inquiry into Court Practice and Private Commissions on November 5th, 6:30 inthe O'Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium. A reception will follow Dr. Brown's lecture.
The Selim Center for Learning in Later Years is offering the opportunities to learn more about the American Museum of Asmat Art at the University of St. Thomas, and a motor-coach trip to Owatonna to isit the Frank Gehry designed Winton Guest House which is located at the Gainey Conference Center in Owatonna.
Join the faculty and staff from the Art History Department at the annual spring grad forum, Five students will present their research and be honored at a reception following the presentations. Presenting their research are: Alysa Ohland, Nicole Wankel, Ann Bieganek, Rita Rios and Katie Czarniecki Hilll. The event is handicap accessible and open to the public.
Heather Shirey, Sarah Muenster-Blakley and Natalie McMonagle are the receipients of a Graduate Reserch Team Grant Program for their project, Art, Political Memory and Identity in London's Nigerian Diasporo: Yinka Shonibare, Sokari Douglas-Camp and Emamoke Ukeleghe.