Color in Ancient and Medieval East Asia
5:30pm Tuesday, May 12 | The Commons
A volume of scholarly essays published this spring by the Spencer Museum and Yale University Press is the first inclusive study of color in East Asia. Color in Ancient and Medieval East Asia, a project of the Spencer’s Arts Research Collaboration initiative, comprises groundbreaking scholarship and a stunning array of images. Editor Mary M. Dusenbury, Spencer Museum research curator, will give a brief talk about the development of this interdisciplinary project and sign copies of the book. Dusenbury was awarded a Seed Grant from The Commons in 2010. This event is by invitation only; to learn more about the publication and request an invitation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
HYBRID PRACTICES COLLOQUIUM
Thursday 14 May 2015 / 2:30–5pm
The Commons, Spooner Hall
(1340 Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence, KS)
Bernd and Hilla Becher: Spring Points, Technical Extensions, Degree Zero – Shepherd Steiner, Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory in the School of Art, University of Manitoba.
Steiner examines the notion of scientific objectivity in the work of German photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher.
Hybrid practices in the arts, sciences, and technology from the 1960s to today
Shepherd Steiner, David Cateforis, KU Professor of Art History, and Steven Duval, ARC researcher
Submit questions via Twitter using @SpencerMuseum or #HybridPractices
Both events will be live streamed at http://www.spencerart.ku.edu/hybrid-practices/