Department of Art and Art History Art History

Penelope Davies lectures at Willson Center Research Center at Cortona

Wed. September 17, 2014

poster for research seminar with image of Roman life painting
 

Professor Penelope Davies is a featured speaker at the Willson Center Research Center at Cortona. The seminar's theme focuses on The Legacy of Classical Antiquity: Re-Visioning the Past. The seminar takes place in Cortona, Italy September 18–19.

"Playa Dust: Collected Stories from Burning Man" edited by Samantha Krukowski published

Thu. September 4, 2014

cover image for book with artwork and man obscured by dust in field
 

Playa Dust: Collected Stories from Burning Man has been published by black dog publishing. The volume was edited by Samantha Krukowski (Ph.D. Art History, 1999)

Krukowski is an artist, author, and educator who has long been interested in the roles of impermanence, ephemerality and (in)visibility in creative production. She is curious about how images, objects, people, and places function in the context of a society where information is aggressive, multi-located, and slippery. Her writing has focused on the modes and problems of historicizing time-based artworks; presence and absence in the pictorial field; the nature of creativity; and the identity of the maker.

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