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.
Comps Insider: Amanda Zeilinger ’1927 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.
Comps Insider: William Lanzillo ’1922 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.
Fred Hagstrom Talk at Bainbridge Museum of Art4 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.
Alison Kettering leads Seminar at Fogg Art Museum29 October 2018
Alison Kettering, William R. Kenan Jr., Professor of Art History Emerita, led a seminar on the theory and practice of 17th-century Dutch watercolored drawings at the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, on October 19, 2018. The seminar consisted of a 30-minute overview followed by a discussion of Dutch watercolors among the faculty members, curators, donors, and grad students who participated.
David Lefkowitz and Stephen Mohring featured in Documentary22 October 2018
Stephen Mohring and David Lefkowitz, Professors of Art, are featured in Through the Windmill, a film about mini-golf that premiered at the Twin Cities Film Fest October 20. Their collaborative contribution to the Walker Art Center’s Artist Designed Mini-Golf Course, 18 Holes-in-One, is immortalized in this gripping documentary.
Jessica Keating Co-Authors Article1 October 2018
Jessica Keating, Assistant Professor of Art and Art History, co-authored with Lia Markey the article “Response: Medievalists and Early Modernists- A World Divided?” in the book, “Re-Assessing the Global Turn in Medieval Art History” edited by Christina Normore and published by Amersterdam University Press.
Fred Hagstrom delivers Carleton’s annual “Argument and Inquiry Seminar” convocation26 September 2018
Fred Hagstrom, the Carleton College Rae Schupack Nathan Professor of Art, presented the college’s annual “Argument & Inquiry Seminar” convocation on September 21. The title of his presentation was “Deepening the Habit of Learning, Fostering Curiosity and Imagination for a Lifetime.”
Alison Kettering publishes Summer 2018 Issue of JHNA18 September 2018
Alison Kettering, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Art History, Emerita, announces the publication of the Summer 2018 issue (vol. 10:2) of the refereed, open-access Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art (jhna.org).