Hannah Jerrie presents at the 2017 Art History Symposium at Mia
Hannah Jerrie presents at the 2017 Art History Symposium at Mia

MCAD will be represented at this year's 5th Annual Art History Symposium by student Hannah Jerrie who will be presenting her paper "Light and Layers: An Ambiguity of Truth in Rembrandt van Rijn's Lucretia (ca. 1666)."

This half-day event highlights academic contributions made to the history and interpretation of art by emerging art historians (i.e. students!) from area colleges and universities. A reception will follow the presentations.

Additional Presenters Include:

  • Zoe Lalonde, University of Minnesota, “Innovative Traditions: Shin-Hanga Prints as a Response to the Western Collection and Appropriation of Ukiyo-e”
  • Mollie Laidly, University of St. Thomas, “Just Another Pretty Face? Wilhelm List’s Young Woman in Undergarments (c. 1910–11) and Its Unnamed Woman”
  • Marie Frances Angela Gonzales, College of Saint Benedict & Saint John’s University, “Zhang Huan’s ½ Text: A Performance Art Embodying the Complex Relationship Between the Self and Society”
  • Samantha Glauvitz, St. Cloud State University, “Abbott and Cordova, 7 August 1971: Photography in the Age of Digital Media, Post-production, and Photoshop”
  • Madeline Whitman, University of Minnesota, “The Abundance of Antiquity at Fontainebleau: Rebecca and Eleazar at the Well, A Print after Francesco Primaticcio”
  • Jayne Cole, University of St. Thomas, “Pictorial Hanging Illustrating the Feast of Peaches and the Kesi Tapestry Tradition”

Jessica M. Dandona and Anna Chisholm serve as MCAD's faculty mentors.

Art History Symposium
Saturday, April 8, 10:00 a.m.
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Free, but tickets required