Posts tagged with “Art and Art History” (All posts)
17 June 2019
Associate Professor of Art History Ross Elfline presented a paper titled “Learning to Live with Radical Design: Haus-Rucker-Co LIVE! in New York” at a conference co-sponsored by the European Architectural History Network and the Design History Society of the UK.
Ross Elfline writes essay on Diane Simpson10 June 2019
Associate Professor of Art History Ross Elfline wrote an essay titled “Diane Simpson: Performance, Ornament, and Crime,” on the occasion of Chicago-based artist Diane Simpson’s Twin Cities residency with FD13. The performance work, the artist’s first, was staged on Saturday, June 1 in Minneapolis, and will be reprised at the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts in Chicago on Thursday, July 25.
Ross Elfline leads Alum Art Gallery Tour in Los Angeles6 May 2019
Associate Professor of Art History, led a Los Angeles art gallery tour for alums on April 27 as part of Carleton’s regional alumni clubs program. Whether joining for part or all of the day, 32 alums, family, friends, and parents of current students enjoyed the diversity of the galleries, Professor Elfline’s expertise, and captured a glimpse of the vibrant LA art scene within three very distinct neighborhoods: Culver City, Hollywood, and Downtown. Learn more about the event and the galleries visited.
Baird Jarman presents paper at Washington University16 April 2019
Associate Professor of Art History, Baird Jarman, presented a paper titled “The Trouble with Thomas Nast,” about Gilded-Age political caricature in the United States. He spoke at Washington University in St. Louis on March 22 at the multi-disciplinary symposium Illustration Across Media: Nineteenth Century to Now, organized by the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies.
15 April 2019
Levi Atkinson ’19, a studio art and art history double major from Albany, Oregon, tells us about his senior capstone experience, or “Comps,” in support of both degrees.
Alison Kettering publishes Winter Issue of JHNA6 March 2019
Alison Kettering and Heidi Eyestone announce the publication of the Winter 2019 issue of the online, open-access Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art (jhna.org). Carleton senior Joe Druckman also provided important assistance. The issue includes an essay on the genesis of images of daily life in the 16th century, from Bosch to Bruegel.
27 February 2019
Amanda Zeilinger ’19, a studio art and art history double major from Shaker Heights, Ohio, tells us about her senior capstone experience, or ‘Comps,’ in support of her studio art degree.
Ross Elfline presents at CAA25 February 2019
Associate Professor of Art History, presented a paper at the annual meeting of the College Art Association on February 14. Presenting on a panel on the topic “Being With: Thoughts on the Collective,” his paper, titled “Common Ground: Haus-Rucker-Co’s Food City and Collaborative Design Practice,” considered a series of performances by the Austrian architecture design collective Haus-Rucker-Co for which scale models of various cities made out of cake were ritually devoured by citizens of those cities. This essay will appear in the Walker Art Center’s online Living Collections Catalog later this summer.
22 February 2019
William Lanzillo ’19, a studio art and psychology double major with an Africana studies minor from Glen Ellyn, Ill., tells us about his senior capstone experience, or ‘Comps,’ in support of his studio art degree.
4 February 2019
Fred Hagstrom will give an Artist Talk at the Bainbridge Museum of Art on March 31, 2019. During this talk, Fred will discuss the context of his body of work and focus on two specific books that speak of the Seattle area and Japanese American history.