DR. K. ANDREA RUSNOCK – LIVE/ART/HISTORY GUEST LECTURE March 23, 2010Posted by arthistory in : Uncategorized , comments closed
PLEASE JOIN THE ART HISTORY DEPARTMENT FOR LIVE/ART/HISTORY:
DR. K. ANDREA RUSNOCK, UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA, SOUTH BEND WILL GIVE A TALK IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE EXHIBITION “Builders, Bolsheviks and Bulldozers: Facets of 20th-century Russian and Soviet Art” CURRENTLY AT PEI LING CHAN GALLERY, SCAD, SAVANNAH.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 AT 6:30PM
ARNOLD HALL AUDITORIUM
K. Andrea Rusnock is an assistant professor of art history who earned her B.A in art history and political science from the University of Pittsburgh (1985), her M.A. in art history from the University of Pittsburgh (1989) and her Ph.D. in art history from the University of Southern California (2002). She specializes in Russian and Soviet art, in particular Socialist Realism of the Stalinist era. Ms. Rusnock has conducted research in Russia and Prague as well as having taught in Prague. She sits on IU South Bend’s Governing Board for Women’s Studies, the Undergraduate Research Committee, the European Minor Studies Board, International Studies Program as well as other campus committees.
Prof. Rusnock’s book, Fact or Fiction: Socialist Realist Paintings of Collectivization During the Stalinist Epoch, will be published in late 2010.
Rescheduled Kristine Stiles LIVE/ART/HISTORY Guest Lecture March 23, 2010Posted by arthistory in : Uncategorized , comments closed
PLEASE JOIN THE ART HISTORY DEPARTMENT AT SCAD TO WELCOME DR. KRISTINE STILES OF DUKE UNIVERSITY AS A GUEST SPEAKER FOR THE LIVE/ART/HISTORY GUEST LECTURE SERIES ON TUESDAY, APRIL 6 AT 6:30PM IN ARNOLD HALL AUDITORIUM.
Kristine Stiles, Ph.D. is professor of Art, Art
History & Visual Studies at Duke University.
She is a specialist in contemporary art and
theory, and internationally recognized for
her scholarship on performance art, as
well as destruction, violence, and trauma
in art. She is the recipient of numerous
fellowships, including a J. William Fulbright
and a John Simon Guggenheim for her
work on documentary photography
of the nuclear age. She has taught and
lectured nationally and internationally
on the subject of “cultures of trauma,”
the term she coined in 1993 to theorize
visual representations of trauma in art,
literature, film, and society. She has
authored numerous artists’ monographs;
published widely in international art
journals, exhibition catalogues, and
artist’s books, including most recently in
Marina Abramovic (Phaidon Press, 2008)
and Chris Burden (Merrell and Locus Plus,
2007). Stiles’ forthcoming books include:
Correspondence Course: An Epistolary
History of Carolee Schneemann and
her Circle (Duke University Press 2010);
Concerning Consequences of Trauma in
Art and Culture (University of Chicago
“NEW MEDIA ART EXPERIENCES: between alienation and transformation” February 16, 2010Posted by arthistory in : Uncategorized , comments closed
Please join us Wed. night at 6:30 in Arnold Hall Auditorium for talks by New Media SCAD ART HISTORY faculty: Timothy Jackson, Ph.D. and Christoph Kluetsch, Ph.D.
Each will present papers recently delivered in London. Please see the attached file for details about each talk.
LIVE/ART/HISTORY September 5, 2009Posted by arthistory in : Uncategorized , comments closed
WELCOME TO THE SCAD DEPARTMENT OF ART HISTORY’S BLOG
This site will inform you about all of the events circulating in and around the Department of Art History at SCAD with a focus on the department’s newly renovated 2009-2010 guest lecture series entitled LIVE/ART/HISTORY.
Students and faculty alike will have a chance to respond to any of our guest lectures on this blog site via a response forum to be moderated by graduate students in the department.
This site will also provide links for you about particularly relevant SCAD and public Savannah lectures, films, meetings, symposia, performances, exhibitions, and much more.
Also, for more information on the Department of Art History at SCAD, please see the link to the departmental page listing faculty, courses offered, awards and more special events, and additional contact information for the department.
Thanks for visiting the new ART HISTORY blog and feel free to comment/make suggestions in response to anything you read here or to let us know about related and upcoming events that we should include and help to promote.
Prof. Young, Art History
Anyone visiting this page already…thank you for your patience! This blog is currently under construction and will be available with information soon.