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Art History Capstone Symposium is May 6

10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sheldon Museum of Art
451 N 12th St
Lincoln NE 68588
Additional Info: SHEL
Target Audiences:
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln and University of Nebraska at Omaha will have an Undergraduate Art History Symposium on Saturday, May 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sheldon Museum of Art.

The symposium is free and open to the public. The student presentations are the capstone for students completing the Bachelor of Arts in Art History. Visitors may come and go as their schedule allows.

The full presentation schedule is as follows:

10 a.m.-Noon
• Emmelia Rogers, “Masks of Dionysus: Religious and Theatrical Masks of Ancient Greece” (UNL)
• Roxana Corral, “The Great Mosque of Cordoba: Syrian Umayyad Memory in the Iberian Peninsula” (UNO)
• Emma White, “Medieval Mimesis: Pilgrim Badges and their Power” (UNL)
• Lauren Vagts, “Dreams, Visions and Nightmares: A Sea Change in Northern Renaissance Art” (UNL)

12:45-2:30 p.m.
• Alfredo Almaraz-Hererra, “Reclaiming Aztec History: The Significance of the Codex Azcatitlan in the Post-Conquest Era” (UNO)
• Sophie Applegate, “Monkey in the Middle: Pages, Pets and Power in Early Eighteenth-Century Portraiture” (UNL)
• Miranda Knofczynski, “Virtuous vs. Fallen Women in Fin-de-Siécle Prints” (UNO)
• Morgan Burke, “Outside the Art (and Medical) World with Emery Blagdon” (UNL)

2:30-4 p.m.
• Patrice Roubidoux, “A Dissection of Frances Bacon’s ‘Triptych-August 1972’” (UNL)
• Olivia Fiore, “Clothing Makes the Woman: Cindy Sherman, Hannah Wilke and Feminine Performance” (UNL)
• Leah Hunter, “Let Me See It: Ethics, Private Collectors, Public Interest and Access” (UNL)
• Zaleski, “At the Intersection of Black, Queer and Female: How Visual Artists Balance the Intersection of Identity” (UNO)

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