Graduating Seniors Present Art History Research Symposium May 13

The Department of Art History faculty and staff invite everyone to join them in celebrating the accomplishments of the class of 2011 at the Art History Senior Research Symposium on Friday, May 13.

The event, free and open to the public, begins at 5:15 p.m. in O’Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium. A reception will follow the symposium.

Undergraduate senior research presentations:

  • Stephen Carlile
    “From Windsor to Madras: A Look at American Men’s Fashion Diffused From the Ivy Leagues”
  • Marissa Ellingson*
    “Painting Politics: Propaganda and Art in Murals at the Palazzo Vecchio”
  • Mairin Goetzinger
    “Seeing Tamara de Lempicka: An Expression of Self Through Portraiture of the 1920s”
  • Lauren Graff *
    “Ruisdael in the Woods: The Harmony of Humanity and Nature”
  • Ava Grosskopf *
    “Louis XIV and Versailles: Defining the Influence of a King on His Palace”
  • Amy Olson *
    “End of the Object”
  • Kathleen Peterson *
    “Illusionism in Italian Palaces: Palazzo del Te”
  • Lindsay Simmons *
    “Art and Healing: How Art and Architecture Affect Health Outcome”

*Graduating with Latin honors

For more information call (651) 962-5560.