Bard College ART HISTORY PROGRAM

Posted in May, 2011

Notes from the Chair

Art History Senior Presentations

On May 12th, the art history seniors (Class of 2011) gave their project presentations in Olin 102, followed by a celebratory dinner in the Faculty Dining Room.  Daniel Peacock, shown below delivering his presentation, received the Alexander Klebanoff Award for Outstanding Achievement in Art History.  This award is given annually to a senior project that demonstrates extensive scholarship and daring originality.  The title of this excellent project is Strange and Wayward Fancies: Desire, Vision, and Intervention in the Photographic Practice of F. Holland Day.

Daniel Peacock presenting

Faculty News

PANORAMA

Photographic Representations of the Growth of Cities, 1880-1970

Curated by Luc Sante from his collection.
Stevenson Library Lobby Vitrines

May 11-June 22, 2011
Opening Reception:
Wednesday, May 11, 5:00-6:30 pm

Student News

Video Screening

Community Action CenterA.L. STEINER and A.K. BURNS

“COMMUNITY ACTION CENTER”
screening with the artists

Monday, May 9, Weis Cinema, at 7:00 pm
Panel Discussion to follow with Julia Paoli and Nathan Lee

Event sponsored by Art History, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Trans-Action, organized by Marlies Staple as part of her senior project