The Department of Art History and Visual Arts educates students in the richness and complexity of the visual arts.
Visual literacy is essential for informed participation and innovation within local and global cultures. Combining the disciplines of Media Arts and Culture, Studio Art, and Art History, AHVA equips students to critically explore the interplay of culture, history, theory, analysis, and practice.
Artist Emily Arthur will present the lecture "Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay," Tuesday March 31, 2015 at 4:30 PM in Dumke West. This presentation examines the Re-Riding History exhibit chronicling the imprisonment experience for hundreds of Native Americans incarcerated at Fort Marion, Florida through contemporary print works by Native American artists. Arthur is visiting campus to research the Moore Zoology Lab in anticipation of her spring 2016 (March 9th - April 9th) exhibit in the Weingart Gallery.
Join us for an advance screening of Media Arts & Culture Professor Broderick Fox’s latest documentary Zen & the Art of Dying.
CSP99 presents Oxy Cinematheque, Spring 2015, Remix, Reuse, Recycle! A series of events dedicated to work that appropriates and remixes existing media in novel, inventive, and subversive ways.Attend a presentation of RIP: a remix manifesto (2008), followed by a Q&A with filmmaker and copyleft activist Brett Gaylor, co-sponsored by the Center for the Digital Liberal Arts (CDLA).
CSP99 presents Oxy Cinematheque, Spring 2015, Remix, Reuse, Recycle! A series of events dedicated to work that appropriates and remixes existing media in novel, inventive, and subversive ways.Attend 'Remixing the Archive', a discussion of critical media making and preview of the video essay Screening Surveillance (2015) with filmmaker, media scholar, and Oxy Alum '86 Steve Anderson
- Phone: 323-259-2749
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Location: Weingart 109