Several members of the School of Art & Art History took part in the College Art Association's 109th Annual Conference, which took place entirely online due to COVID-19. The talks and sessions are listed below, and more information about the conference can be found here.
Marissa Baker (and Maya Harakawa), Contested Terrain: Art and Urban Crisis after 1960 (Session, Wed. Feb. 10th, 9:00–9:30 am)
Kaveh Rafie, “The Promise of the Broken Fetish: From Robert Morris’ to Monir Farmanfarmaian’s Mirror-Based Art” (Session: The Politics of the Mirror, Wed. Feb. 10th, 11:00–11:30 am)
Julian Adoff, discussant (Workshop: Choosing the Right Graduate School, Thurs. Feb. 11th, 10:30–11:30 am)
Julian Adoff, “Complicating Melancholia: The Hopelessness and Redemptive-Potential in Alfons Mucha’s Late Paintings” (Session: Art History with(in) Crisis: “Communovirus” and Class Conflict, Fri. Feb. 12th, 1:00–1:30 pm)
Chris Reeves and Tiffany Funk, Quarantine Inside the White Cube (Session, Sat. Feb. 13th, 5:00–5:30 pm)