Annual Barnes Art History Graduate Symposium
The Annual Barnes Art History Graduate Symposium will kick off on Thursday evening with the keynote lecture by Prof. Megan Holmes, Art History, University of Michigan. She will be speaking on, "Obdurate Objects and Methodlogical Challenges: Interpreting Scratches on Italian Panel Paintings as Indices of Period Reception", in the Comcast Auditorium.
The program the next day begins at 10 AM in the same venue. Kaelin Jewell (PhD candidate) will be speaking at 1 PM on "Topographies of Aristocratic Power in the Late Antique Mediterranean". Also in this session are Tyler alumnae Shannon Steiner and Rachael Vause.
This symposium brings together graduate students from nine mid-Atlantic colleges and universities to present current research in the field of art history. Each session includes presentations followed by a moderated discussion.
Attendees will need to register for a "free" ticket: www.barnesfoundation.org/whats-on/graduate-student-symposium-history-of-art