Five selected undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the annual fall art history methodologies course (Collections, Cultures, and Collaborations), offered by the College of Visual Arts and Design at UNT, will present excerpts from their research papers based on study of the Crow Collection of Asian Art exhibition Clay Between Two Seas: From the Abbasid Court to Puebla de los Angeles. Following is a list of the student presenters and the title of their presentations:
- Cassandra Roberts, Blessing the User: The Consumption of an Islamic Earthenware Bowl
- Rachel Ford, Iconography of a Musician: Notes from Cross-cultural Research
- Annalisa Giannotti, Fashionability in Collecting Islamic Ceramics in America
- Donna DeBlois, Sonic Historiography from Avant-garde Talavera
- Jungwan Kim, Narrativizing Cultural Exchange: Museum Exhibitions of Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Ceramics
Don’t miss the 3rd Annual DFW South Asian Film Festival, bringing award-winning shorts, documentaries, and feature films from the South Asian Region to North Texas.
15 screenings will feature independent cinema from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Afghanistan, and Maldives, addressing contemporary issues of the South Asian region and the world.
The event will premiere on Friday, March 3 at the Hogland Foundation Theater at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science and will continue at the AMC Village on Parkway 9 in Addison on Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5.
In addition to screenings, the event will include panels, networking events, and after-parties. For more information and ticket sales, visit www.dfwsaff.com. Discounted early-bird prices can be bought before February 1.