News Bites: Art History Seniors Present Papers at Local Symposium
Art History seniors Erin Fisher, Tierney Mittelstadt, Ryann Rase, and Nichole Dziadosz, recently presented scholarly papers at the Fourth Annual Grand Rapids Undergraduate Art History Symposium.
Held at the Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, the Symposium is a conference for art history majors from area colleges who come together and share their research projects, usually done in seminar classes; students from Calvin, GVSU, and Aquinas also participated, and faculty, family, and friends were in attendance to hear the students' work.
(left to right) Art history seniors Tierney Mittelstadt, Erin Fisher, Ryann Rase, Nichole Dziadosz at the Grand Rapids Undergraduate Art History Symposium
Fisher presented "The Pictorialist Edward Curtis and the Vanishing Race;” Mittelstadt presented "Photography as Visual Culture in Nineteenth-Century Paris;" Rase presented "Paget, Sherlock, and Victorian London: The Detective Novel in Victorian Visual Culture;" and Dziadosz presented "The Tale of Princes Kaguya as Global Public Art: A Visual Studies Interpretation."
Congratulations to these Art History majors on a job well done!