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The Mint Museum's 27th Annual Regional Collegiate Art History Symposium

Mint Museum RANDOLPH

Sunday, Mar 26

1:30PM - 5:00PM

Admission: Free

THE MINT MUSEUM’S 27TH ANNUAL REGIONAL COLLEGIATE ART HISTORY SYMPOSIUM

Sunday, March 26, 1:30-5 p.m. I RANDOLPH

Each year, the symposium showcases the research of undergraduate students, focusing on artists or works of art represented in The Mint Museum’s permanent collection. Join us for light refreshments after the program. All research papers will be archived in the J.A. Jones Reference Library at Mint Museum Randolph.

Welcome
by Alexandra Olivares, Symposium Coordinator

Opening remarks
by Dr. Jonathan Stuhlman, Senior Curator of American, Modern, & Contemporary Art

Presenters:
Taylor Leigh Robinson| Sophomore, Queens University of Charlotte
Demystifying Female Stereotypes through Visual Literacy

Joseph Litts | Senior, Clemson University
“Fill up the Bowl; Let Not our Wife us Control”: Gender, Punch Bowls, and Conviviality

Emily Hobgood | Junior, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Finding Maud Gatewood

Christine Perry | Senior, Appalachian State University 
Exploring Gender in Contemporary American Art and Tribal Tradition

Maria Braswell | Senior, Winthrop University
Paul Gauguin and the Cannibalization of Non-Western Culture

Closing remarks
by Cynthia Moreno, Director of Learning & Engagement

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