Annual Art History Honor Thesis Symposium


Location: 200 McKenna Hall (View on map )

Art History Honors Thesis Symposium

Please join us for the 10th Annual Art History Honors Thesis Symposium on Wednesday, April 26th from 5:00-7:00 p.m., in 200 McKenna Hall. Three students will present selections from their senior research projects to the department faculty and students. Light refreshments will be served.  All are welcome!
Christine Anspach, “The Life and Trauma of a Photograph: Regarding Annette Messager's Mes Vœux (My Vows).
Isabel Cabezas, "Creating a Scene to Make an Impression: How Gustave Caillebotte and His Street Scenes of Haussmannian Modernity Support Impressionism Without Subscription."
Sophia Bevacqua Collins, "The Viewing Experience and Visual Interpellation of the Female Viewer of Watteau."