Tuesday, October 4, Folk Arts Rajasthan and a group of Merasi musicians from Jaisalmer will be on campus for two exciting events. These events are part of the 2016-17 Humanities Center Symposium.
At 12:30 pm in 341 Eggers, the performers will discuss the history of their community and the marginalization that they have faced. Lunch will be served. Please RSVP to me by September 30 if you plan to come.
At 8 pm in Slocum Auditorium, they will be performing the songs of the Rajasthan desert.
Congratulations to Samantha Skaller '17 for her selection to receive the prestigious Chancellor's Award for Public Engagement and Scholarship for service to community! For more information about the CAPES Awards, please see the following link.
Alice Blank, a senior in our department, has been named SU Scholar, and she's garnered the Sidney Thomas prize for the best undergraduate paper in art history.
Current photography exhibit at Lightwork, Unnatural Creatures, curated by Art History graduate student Erin Carter! For more details click here!