Found 10 projects

Oral Presentation 1

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM

Add to my favorites Facebook as an Exhibition: The Curatorial Impulse Becomes Virtual
Presenter
  • Caitlin Scott, Senior, Art History, Western Washington University
Mentors
  • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University
  • Julia Sapin, Art History, Western Washington University

Session 1A: The Cultural Impact of Communication Technologies
  • 12:30 PM to 2:15 PM

  • Add to my favorites The Apartheid and the Holocaust: Political Theatre in Action
    Presenter
    • Ashley Elizabeth (Ashley) Almon, Junior, Art History
    Mentor
    • Stefka Mihaylova, Drama

    Session 1K: Meaning and Motion in Iconic Works of Theatre and Dance
  • 12:30 PM to 2:15 PM

  • Add to my favorites Stylistic Variations of La Refugiana within the Nineteenth-Century Mexican Retablo Tradition
    Presenter
    • Jillian Martin, Senior, Art History, Portland State University McNair Scholar
    Mentor
    • Carmen Ripolles, Art History, Portland State University

    Session 1P: McNair Session - Difference, Power, and Identity in the Making of Communities
  • 12:30 PM to 2:15 PM

  • Oral Presentation 2

    3:30 PM to 5:15 PM

    Add to my favorites Understanding Maisel through Greenbergian Methodologies
    Presenter
    • Kaija Eastman, Senior, Art History, Western Washington University
    Mentor
    • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University

    Session 2C: Art's Medium, Message, and Matter
  • 3:30 PM to 5:15 PM

  • Add to my favorites David Maisel and the Shift in Environmental Art
    Presenter
    • Alexandra Warnek, Senior, Art History, Communications, Western Washington University
    Mentor
    • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University

    Session 2C: Art's Medium, Message, and Matter
  • 3:30 PM to 5:15 PM

  • Add to my favorites Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary: The Portrait Effect in Pietro Perugino's "Mary Magdalene" and Antonello da Messina's "Virgin Annunciate"
    Presenter
    • Arryn Davis, Senior, Art History UW Honors Program
    Mentor
    • Stuart Lingo, Art History

    Session 2C: Art's Medium, Message, and Matter
  • 3:30 PM to 5:15 PM

    Add to my favorites How Propaganda Influences the Pictorial Migration West in the Nineteenth Century
    Presenter
    • Korinne Mason, Senior, Art History, Western Washington University
    Mentor
    • Julia Sapin, Art History, Western Washington University

    Session 2C: Art's Medium, Message, and Matter
  • 3:30 PM to 5:15 PM

  • Add to my favorites Poster Propaganda of World War II in the United States and Japan: How it Rallied Each Country's Population
    Presenter
    • Stephanie Morgan, Senior, Art History, Western Washington University
    Mentor
    • Julia Sapin, Art History, Western Washington University

    Session 2C: Art's Medium, Message, and Matter
  • 3:30 PM to 5:15 PM

  • Add to my favorites Do Thoughts Move Faster than Glaciers?: A Study of the Changes in Ecological Ideas Expressed through Art
    Presenter
    • Rebecca (Becca) Raymond, Senior, Art History, Western Washington University
    Mentors
    • Barbara Miller, Art History, Western Washington University
    • Julia Sapin, , Western Washington University

    Session 2C: Art's Medium, Message, and Matter
  • 3:30 PM to 5:15 PM

  • Add to my favorites The Perpetuation of Sexism through Cinematic Female Absence in American Children's Films
    Presenter
    • Christina (Chrissy) Kemling, Senior, Art History, Western Washington University
    Mentor
    • Julia Sapin, Art History, Western Washington University

    Session 2Q: Cinematic Identities: Gender, Race, Nation, Self
  • 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM