Art students to present at TruScholars Symposium

Mamie Cox in front of the National Museum of the American Indian.  As part of her research on James McNeill Whistler, Mamie traveled to the Smithsonian Instition in Washington D.C. to see paintings and prints by the American artist, as well as to work with archival documents.

Two Art majors, Mamie Cox (Art History) and Emma Roeder (Studio) were selected through a very competitive process to participate in the TruScholars Undergraduate Research Program during Summer 2013.  Both will be presenting the results of research and creative work at the TruScholars Symposium on Saturday, August 24th in the Georgian Room, Student Union Building (SUB) on Truman's campus.


& Craft:  The Debate Explored Through Textiles"

in the
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon session


(Art History)

Self Fashioning of James McNeill Whistler"

in the
2:00 – 3:15 p.m. session

There will also be closing reception at 4:30 p.m. in the OP South
Atrium, at which Emma Roeder’s work will be on display as well. 

If you are a student who might be interested in next summer's program, please check here: 
Applications are usually due in late January/early February for the immediately
following summer.

Congratulations to both Emma and Mamie on great work!