Congratulations to Art History minor Luke Icenogle who just sent us notice that an abridged version of his Truman State University-funded TruScholars research project, "Gender Roles in Post-9/11 Media," will be published in the Fall 2010 Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC) journal Metamorphosis. TruScholars receive $3000 to work on a research project, with a faculty mentor, during the summer term. Current Truman students intersted in applying for Summer 2011 should check the TruScholars website.
Some members of the student club, the Art History Society, recently went on a walking tour of Kirksville architecture with Dr. Cole Woodcox (Chair of the Department of English at Truman), a specialist in architectural history and local and state architecture. They are shown here in front of the Masonic Temple on Harrison St. in Kirksville.
Congratulations to Matthew James (BFA Studio Art: Printmaking, Spring 2010) on being among the 31 artists selected for "Art St. Louis XXVI" at the St. Louis-based art gallery, Art St. Louis. Matthew's litograph that will be exhibited can be seen here. The exhibition will be open through December 30, 2010. For more information, please visit http://www.artstlouis.org/index.html.
Congratulations, also, to senior Studio Art: Ceramics major Emilee Barnard whose work was juried into the third annual “Cup Show: Form and Function,” sponsored by the Gulf Coast Community College Department of Art in Panama City, Florida. For more information, please visit: http://www.gulfcoast.edu/ThirdAnnualCupShowFormFunction.htm
Congratulations again to both these talented young artists.
Congratulations to Art alumna Allison Meadows (BA Art History 2008, shown above exploring the east coast). Allison and her family recently let us know that she was just hired as a Curatorial Assistant at Harvard University's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Keen readers of the Art Department blog will remember that last year Allison graduated with an MA in Material Anthrpology and Museum Ethnography from Oxford Univeristy. Wonderful news!
This evening, Tuesday, November 2, three senior Art History majors will present on their experiences last summer outside of the classroom. Art History majors are all required, during their time at Truman, to engage in Art Historical activity outside the classroom: a workshop, an internship, study abroad, or lots of other options. In addition, they present that experience to the campus community as a whole in a symposium organized by the Art History Society. This evening, Stephanie Barry, Jaime Chambers, and Michelle Kimberlin will talk about their respective internship or study abroad experiences in Kirksville, Texas, and St. Louis–5:30 p.m. in OP2210. Hope to see you there!