19th Annual Yale University American Art Symposium: Condition

Saturday, April 6, 2024 - 10:30am to 6:30pm
Loria Center for the History of Art LORIA, 351
190 York Street
06511 New Haven , CT

Please join us for the 19th Annual Yale University American Art Symposium: Condition, with a keynote lecture by Monica Bravo (Assistant Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University) on Saturday, April 6. All events will take place in person in Loria 351.

10:30 - 12:30: Welcome and Panel I
Panel Moderator: Lucia Olubunmi R. Momoh, Yale University
– Christine Chen, Columbia University, “Reclaiming the Chinese/Cuban Identity through an Epistemological Reconditioning by María Magdalena Campos-Pons’ Artistic Alter-Ego, FeFa”
– Kelsey Chen, Stanford University, “Re-membering the Passed: Trinh Mai’s Still Quiet and a Cosmotechnics of Relational Time”
– Ashley Williams, Columbia University, “Traces and Fragments: Wilson Pottery as Political Archive Within and Beyond Slavery”

2:30 - 4:00: Panel II
Panel Moderator: Angie Lopez, Yale University
– Michelle Donnelly, Yale University, “Before Submersion: Sari Dienes’s Columbia River Petroglyph Prints”
– Maxwell Smith-Holmes, Princeton University, “Aer and Specie: Frank Furness’s Conditioned Economic Environments”
– Nina Versenyl, University of Maryland at College Park, “Black Tears: Temporal Sovereignty and the USS Arizona Memorial”

4:30: Keynote Lecture
– Monica Bravo, Assistant Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University, “Mineral Analogs: Carleton Watkins’s Photographs and the Gold Standard”

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