Special Summer 2016 Issue
- May 9, 2016
Alison Kettering, William R. Kenan Professor of Art History Emerita, has just published an article in an anthology of essays: “The Rustic Still Life in Dutch Genre Painting: Bijwerck dat Verclaert,” in New Perspectives on Early Modern Northern European Genre Imagery, ed. Art Di Furia, Ashgate Press (Spring 2016)
- May 9, 2016
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Juliane Shibata, was featured as a 2016 Emerging Artist in the May issue of Ceramics Monthly. She also gave two invited talks at Bowling Green State University in conjunction with the opening of 道 (Michi) - Distinctive Paths, Shared Affinity: An Exhibition of Japanese American Ceramic Artists.
- April 18, 2016
Juliane Shibata, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, co-curated "道 Michi–Distinctive Paths, Shared Affinity: An Exhibition of Japanese American Ceramic Artists," a traveling show that was included in the National Council of Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) 50th Anniversary conference programming in March. The Michi exhibit is supported by the Embassy of Japan and will visit Carleton this fall.
- April 11, 2016
Ross Elfline, Assistant Professor of Art History, has published an article titled "Superstudio and the 'Refusal to Work'" in the most recent issue of the journal Design and Culture (volume 8, number 1). This essay considers the Italian Radical Archtiecture group Superstudio's decision to refrain from building alongside Italian leftist (or Autonomist) attempts to recast the meaning of labor while similarly refusing to work.
- February 29, 2016
- February 25, 2016
JHNA article wins prize for online publication
- January 25, 2016
Professor of Art, designed and built the set for "Dear World" a musical performed by Ten Thousand Things Theater Company. The show runs through February 7, 2016.
- January 11, 2016
- November 2, 2015
Ross Elfline, Assistant Professor of Art History, was lead consultant for the exhibition Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia, which opened at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis on Saturday, October 23. The exhibition will be on view until February 28, 2016 before traveling to the Cranbrook Art Center in Michigan, and then to the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in California. Ross also led the opening weekend panel discussion with the exhibition's curator and three contributors to the exhibition catalog. In addition, his essay "Radical Bodies," which focuses on how avant-garde architectural works posit the human body, is featured in the catalog, which is now in bookstores.