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Tenth Annual Bay Area Undergraduate Art History Research Symposium

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Kara Walker, "Resurrection Story with Patrons," 2017

Kara Walker, "Resurrection Story with Patrons," 2017. Three prints, each: etching with aquatint, sugar-lift aquatint, spit bite aquatint, and drypoint, 1010 x 762 mm (39 3/4 x 30 in.); 1010 x 1245 mm (39 3/4 x 49 in.); 1010 x 762 mm (39 3/4 x 30 in.). Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum purchase, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts Endowment Fund, 2017.28.1-3

Koret Auditorium

Meet art history undergraduate students from the San Francisco Bay Area and learn about their latest research on a variety of topics. Each presentation is twelve minutes. A reception will follow on the Cafe Terrace at 4:30 pm.

Wyatt Haywood, University of California, Davis
Expanding the Narrative Moment in Classical Greek Sculpture: A Study of Motion

Clarissa Garay, University of San Francisco
The Female Bearded Saint of Bavaria: Examining the Iconography of St. Wilgefortis

Katrina Reynolds, University of California, Berkeley
Miss Elsie Palmer: John Singer Sargent’s Psychological Portrait of an Adolescent Aesthete

Darcy Spencer, Sonoma State University
Arte Povera’s Appropriation of Classicism and the Resonance of Italy’s Fascist Past 

Olivia Glaser, Santa Clara University
The Calligraphy of Wu Changshi and Xu Bing: A Reaction to Modernity beyond Words 

Alexa Janae Oliveira, Saint Mary’s College of California
Uncommon Thread: Re-imagining Traditional Carpet Weaving 

Thiago Ocanto, San Francisco State University
Women, Trauma and Power: Contemporary Art in a Post-Colonial America

Walker Guinnee, Mills College
Desert, Interrupted: Landscape Interventions in Feminist Performance Pieces 

Viv Liu, Stanford University
Conservation and Custody in Martin Wong’s Viva Tu Vida en Loisaida

Olivia DeFiglio, San Jose State University
Materiality and Memory: Kara Walker’s A Subtlety...and the Contemporary Construction of Blackness

Robert K. Daley, Dominican University
The Sea Ranch: Unforeseen Failures and Statewide Successes of an Ecologically Conscious Coastal Community

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