Faculty-Staff Achievements, April 4, 2016
Publications and Exhibitions
The artwork of Deb Hall, associate professor of art, is included in a national juried exhibition, titled Con|TEXT, at the South Shore Art Center in Cohasset, Mass., from April 8 to May 22. The new work includes text and interrogates how our relationship with nature is impacted through the use of digital technologies.
Doretta Miller, professor of art, has paintings featured in a two-person show with sculptor Tom Schottman
at the Oakroom Artists’ gallery, 1221 Wendell Ave. in Schenectady. The exhibit will
remain at the gallery through April 26. Schenectady Gazette story (paywall) with photo of one of Miller's paintings, here.
Ariel Osterweis, visiting scholar/artist in dance, has had her book, tentatively titled Body Impossible: Desmond Richardson and the Politics of Virtuosity, accepted by Oxford University Press. The book examines issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality in contemporary dance. She has also had an essay, "Disavowing Virtuosity, Performing Aspiration," selected for the upcoming collection The Futures of Dance Studies.
Jennifer Delton, professor of history, will present the 2016 Paul V. McNutt Lecture at Indiana University Bloomington on April 14. The lecture is titled "When We Were
Liberal: Explaining the Twentieth Century."
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