Stephanie David delivers paper at BGSU “New Perspectives in Visual Culture”

Stephanie David (Art History ’13) spoke on “Abjection and Informe: Base Materialism and Subjectivity in the Works of Mike Kelley,” at the 7th Annual Symposium sponsored by the Art History Association of Bowling Green State University, March 23rd, 2013.  Working with material that is part of her senior comprehensive project research, David joined undergraduates from BGSU, St. Olaf’s College, University of Cincinnati, and Ursuline College.   In the picture above, David responds to questions in her session on “Materialism.”

Cammarano ’92 to speak on game development at Microsoft

Ben Cammarano, A.C. Class of 1992, Studio Art Major, will be on campus this Friday, April 13. Ben is Director of Central Media, Microsoft Studios, where he oversees game development for the company. More information on Ben can be found on his alumni page.

Ben’s public talk, “Meet the Company,” will take place at 4:00 p.m. in CC 301-302. Anybody interested the computer gaming industry is welcome to attend.

Art Majors and Minors will have a special opportunity to meet with Ben at lunch on Friday. Contact George Roland for more information.

Art History Lecture by Stephanie David

Stephanie David, a junior Art History major, will present a talk “Georges Bataille: Subjectivity and Base Materialism in Modern Art,” on Wednesday, March 28th at 7pm, Doane Hall of Art, Lecture Room A104.

Stephanie will be presenting this talk at Case Western Reserve University’s Annual Undergraduate Art History Symposium on Friday, March 30th, 2012 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Jacques-Andre Boiffard, Untitled, 1929, silver gelatin print